Join hundreds of clinicians from across the U.S to network, participate in hands-on workshops, and learn new treatments and technologies that will enhance your knowledge and ability to care for patients.

As the world of wound care evolves and changes, so must caregivers. This conference tour includes updated practice guidelines, new therapeutic options hitting the market, reimbursement changes, contact hours, and more.

Wound care management and treatment continues to be a necessary skill for caregivers. Whether you are new to wound care or a seasoned veteran, this 5-hour interactive hands-on conference will provide you with the education and tools you need.

This year’s Wipeout Wounds National Conference Tour’s theme is “Wound Care is not a Fairy Tale!” and includes timely learning objectives. Sessions will refresh and expand your knowledge on how to:

  • Assess and manage wounds with enhanced skill.
  • Master assessment skills.
  • Identify complications found with surgical wounds, as well as pressure, diabetic, venous, and arterial ulcers.
  • Boost your plan of care with new interventions.

The conference agenda outline provides a detailed look at what you can expect to gain.

You will also have time to network with a curated group of sponsors who are actively driving innovation in wound care. “During the designated vendor showcase times, tour attendees will meet with exhibiting companies in small groups for exciting, hands-on demonstrations of the latest wound care products and services,” said Heather Lagergren, CWCMS, a WCEI and Nurse.com National Client Executive.

“Participating sponsors include 3M Medical Solutions Division, Abbott Nutrition, Convatec, Essity, InfuSystem, Juzo, McKesson Medical-Surgical, medi USA, Medway Group, NelDerm, Net Health, and Urgo Medical.”

“This conference is a great opportunity for clinicians at or near the bedside,” said Mary Arnold Long, DNP, APRN, CRRN, CWOCN-AP, ACNS-BC, subject matter expert at Relias. “This one-day, interactive, hands-on event allows participants to have fun polishing their wound assessment and treatment skills while updating their knowledge.”

When commenting on this year’s conference tour theme (Wound Care is not a Fairy Tale!), she added, “Attendees can walk away from their day knowing that they and their patients have the opportunity to live happily ever after!”

Registration includes admission and course handouts, product overview and exhibitor showcase, certificate of completion, and a clinical practice guideline e-book, The International Guideline 2019. You will also be provided a boxed lunch and discounts for new certification ($500) or recertification ($200).

For pricing and group discount information, please visit this page for more information.

Don’t miss your chance to attend this highly anticipated conference, coming to a city near you!

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Natalie Vaughn

Natalie Vaughn has worked in marketing and communications for more than 15 years, with more than half of her experience dedicated to healthcare quality improvement. At Relias, she partners with physicians, nurses, curriculum designers, writers, and other staff members to shape healthcare content designed to improve clinical practice, staff expertise, and patient outcomes. She obtained a Master of Business Administration degree with a focus in marketing, driven by a passion for understanding consumer behavior, branding strategies, and leveraging thought leaders as innovators within a given industry.

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