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The Journal Of Wound Care Awards 2024

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The Journal Of Wound Care Awards 2024

Topics
Exudate Management, Chronic Wounds, Complex Wounds, Wound Dressing, Superabsorbent Polymer Dressings, Wound Care, Patient Quality of Life, Palliative Wound Care, Wound Healing, Wound Balance, Zetuvit Plus Silicone Border, Biomarkers
Language
EN
Publication Year
2024
Start date and time
Friday 23rd of February 2024
Location
London

Introduction

The JWC awards are a way to celebrate the excellence and achievements of the most exceptional individuals and organisations in the wound care industry. HARTMANN are very proud to be supporting such a prestigious award in 2024.

The JWC Awards this year will take place at Imperial War Museum in London on Friday 23rd of February 2024.

Nominations were made in 2023 and was open to individuals, teams, organisations, societies, companies, charities, and government organisations whose work has made a huge impact based on work carried out over the last year.

HARTMANN sponsored category is “Innovative Dressing Technology” - this Award will celebrate dressing technologies designed to restore and maintain wound balance by shifting elevated biomarkers towards a balanced microclimate, resembling acute healing.

We are pleased to announce that the shortlisted individuals for this category are:

  • Tabatha Rando, Advanced Nurse Consultant - Plastics/Wound Management, Royal Adelaide Hospital
  • Laura Swoboda, Professor of Health Sciences, Family Nurse Practitioner, Medical College of Wisconsin and Waukesha County Technical College
  • Hans Smola, Medical Doctor, Professor of Dermatology, Department of Dermatology at the University of Cologne in Germany

We would like to wish each of the finalists the best of luck and thank them for their continued efforts and impact within Wound care.

For a full list of all the successful finalists for each category please visit www.jwcawards.com

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