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Wounds UK Harrogate 2014 programme now finalised

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Wounds UK Harrogate 2014 programme now finalised

Wounds UK
28 June 2014

The Wounds UK 2014 conference will return to Harrogate on 10-12 November for another year of outstanding clinical and practical content, providing an unparalleled update in the latest wound care developments.

This year’s programme will include speakers from around the UK, providing the latest practical and clinical evidence, supported by a number of key international speakers including Professors David

Armstrong, Joyce Black and Ben Lipsky from the US and Professor Marco Romanelli, President Elect for the World Union of Wound Healing Societies. There will also be a choice of popular interactive

Made Easy sessions to take part in, designed to keep busy practitioners up to date with the latest evidence and practice, as well as the appropriate use of various products.

To enhance your experience, the Wounds UK Annual Conference offers an extensive poster exhibition showcasing practitioners’ work from around the world, complimentary CPD workbooks and certificates for every attendee, the Wounds UK Award for Excellence to acknowledge outstanding work within the wound care community, a glittering black tie Gala Dinner and the largest exhibition of wound care companies and manufacturers anywhere in the UK .

Finally, we are pleased to announce that the Foot in Diabetes UK Conference will again run alongside Wounds UK Harrogate, with a separate programme (Tuesday only) click here.

To download a pdf of the Wounds UK programme please click here. For registration and further information, please visit the event page here.

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