Recent Updates from the Wound Healing Foundation
The Wound Healing Foundation is a proud partner of Inspire, the leading social network for health. Inspire offers a safe place for patients and caregivers to connect and support one another on issues related to wound care, traumatic wounds, chronic wounds, amputation, scars, symptoms and much more.
The Wound Healing Foundation Support Community offers peer-to-peer support in a safe and moderated environment, so patients can connect with people who are or have gone through similar issues.
Members can read, ask questions or respond to discussions on the community, upload photos and even search for specific topics or participate in other communities. Regardless of how many communities you join, you only need one account. To join in the discussion, go to http://www.woundhealingfoundation.org/inspire.aspx and click the red "Join the Wound Healing Online Support Community" button.
Call to action
The Wound Healing Foundation is developing a free patient-centered wound care eBook. Each chapter will be co-authored by a patient and a clinician. Interested patients and wound clinicians should e-mail info@WoundHealingFoundation.org indicating type of wound they want to volunteer to write.
Keep an eye on the Wound Healing Foundation page for the following resources that will be available soon:
- Wound Healing Foundation research call for proposals
- New grant opportunities
About the Wound Healing Foundation
Founded in 1999, The Wound Healing Foundation is a public 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to improving wound healing worldwide through funding research, education, and outreach. The Foundation was formed by dedicated professionals committed to wound care and to provide patients, researchers, and health professionals the resources to make significant contributions in the critical and under appreciated area of wound healing. For more information, visit www.woundhealingfoundation.org.
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