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WWIC & Accelerate Education Partnership 2023
15 May 2023

WWIC  & The Accelerate Academy are pleased to announce we are collaborating on four innovative live virtual education sessions. For further details please click  below.

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BioWales in London
09 May 2023

Article published in BioWales Conference 2023 in London title ‘Fail Quickly, Succeed Quickly’- with comments from Sarah Bradbury(Clinical Research Director) at WWIC.
To view the full article please click  here.

EWMA 2023
04 May 2023

EWMA 2023 conference was attended by Trudie Clark (Director of Education and Training), Michael Clark (Commercial Director), Kirsty Mahoney (Senior Tissue Viability Nurse Specialist & Operational Programme Improvement Lead) & Samantha Holloway (Reader & Program Director) For full list of events and further information click here.

WWIC & Convatec Education Collaboration
20 April 2023

Following on from the success of 2022 and building on the ConvaTec ethos of ‘forever caring’ the collaboration with WWIC will now continue with WWIC hosting monthly live updates for previous delegates while also welcoming new healthcare professionals.  Thanks to ConvaTec’s support the course will be free of charge to attendees who on completion of the course will be supplied with certificates of attendance.

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2023 SoTV Annual Conference
19 April 2023

Sarah Bradbury (Clinical Research Director) and Julie Taylor (Senior Research Nurse) from WWIC will be attending  SoTV  Annual Conference 2023  – Solving Skin & Wound Challenges Together.
This event is organised by Society of Tissue Viability. The event is a great opportunity to join the community and listen to live lectures, conduct interviews and have discussions. The conference also presents the opportunity to take part in workshops, visit industry exhibition, network with colleagues and speakers and join the live conversations.
For further details and to complete the registration please click here

ISTAP: Global “A World Without Skin Tears” Day 2023
28 March 2023

We are delighted to support one of our international official partners, the International Skin Tear Advisory Panel (ISTAP), as they host their second annual Global “A World Without Skin Tears” Day on 27 April 2023 (8am -12noon). Register for the event for FREE to join ISTAP and expert global speakers as they discuss and present on the latest in skin tear prevention and management.

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#MyDress 1st Workshop
28 March 2023

Prof Michael Clark, WWIC's Commercial Director has been invited as a guest speaker to #MyDress 1st Workshop. This event, endorsed by Innovate UK KTN, will host speakers representing the different stakeholder groups and will give space in sessions for the exchange of knowledge on the topic.

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Fundraising in Memory of Jane Hopkins
25 January 2023

Raising Funds for Macmillan Support in memory of Jane Hopkins

Jane’s daughter, Carys will be taking part in the Gower Peninsula Mighty Hike in July, raising funds for Macmillan Cancer Support. Please read Carys' wonderful message here and assist the excellent work Macmillan Cancer Support provide.

STOP Pressure Ulcer Week 2022
14 November 2022


Join us this year to help raise awareness on pressure ulcers. The event takes place globally every year on third  thursday of November. Any institution or person from health care can join this initiative at their workplace.
Julie Taylor, one of the Senior Research Nurses at WWIC has composed a beautiful poem to raise awareness of the pressure ulcers.

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Wound Healing Research Program (Venous Leg Ulcer)
03 October 2022

Do you have, or do you care for somebody with a Venous Leg Ulcer?
At Welsh Wound Innovation Centre (WWIC) our highly skilled team of Senior Research Nurses undertake a wide range of Wound Healing Research studies.

If you are over the age of 18, you may be eligible to take part in wound healing research.

Also, if you are a Health Care Professional you can refer an appropriate patient under your care.

For further information and to complete your eligibility/registration please click the link below as appropriate.

If you are a Patient, clickhere

If you are a Healthcare Professional, clickhere
If you need any further help or information, please contact us on 01443 443870 or email WoundResearch@wwic.wales


WWIC & Accelerate Education Partnership 2023

May 15 2023



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