Continuing Education & Training

Programs offering CME credits and training for nurses, physical therapists, case managers, medical directors and other related clinicians.

The WoundSource Academy provides on-demand continuing education courses on relevant and timely wound care-related topics to wound care professionals at an affordable cost.

Why Achieve Wound Care Certification?

Wound care certification demonstrates a distinct and specialized knowledge in wound management, thereby promoting quality of care for persons with wounds.

The American Board of Wound Management is a voluntary, not-for-profit organization established for the purpose of credentialing inter-disciplinary practitioners in the field of wound management.

Frequently asked questions on bed sore prevention, treatment and legal rights of those who have been neglected.

Calvary Hospital is the only fully accredited acute care specialty hospital exclusively providing palliative care for advanced cancer patients in the United States. With 225 beds in the Bronx and Brooklyn and more than 950 employees, they serve more than 5,500 patients annually.

HMP Education, part of HMP Global, is the driving force behind some of the global healthcare community’s most valued and highly regarded Continuing Education offerings — from Psych Congress to the Symposium on Advanced Wound Care (SAWC), to Advances in IBD (AIBD). Developing and delivering practical education that improves care quality and patient outcomes is at the heart of what we do.

The Council for Medical Education and Testing (CMET) is a non-profit organization providing physician specific certification for the Physician Specialist in Wound Care. CMET is the only physician specific organization in wound care and its sole purpose is to serve as a certifying agency.

RELIAS Academy has a host of continuing education products specializing in nursing related subjects. provides educational resources and tools for the health care professional dedicated to the awareness, prevention and management of skin tears.

The American Board of Wound Healing (ABWH) serves to maintain and improve the quality of wound management by evaluating professional, clinical and educational standards of practice by using an examination process which is designed to assess the medical knowledge, judgment, professionalism and clinical skills required to provide quality patient care in the fields of Wound Care and Hyperbaric Medici