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LINK Event – Past Event

LINK Wound Healing Congress 2017


LINK Wound Healing Congress 2017

Past Event
NPWT, Epithelialization, LINK Congress 2017
Publication Year
Start date and time
18th of September 2017
End date and time
19th of September 2017
Journal of Wound Care and PAUL HARTMANN AG
CPD credited


The 1st LINK for Wound Healing Congress, powered by the Journal of Wound Care and PAUL HARTMANN AG, took place on the 18th to 19th of September 2017 in Belfast.

LINK, powered by HARTMANN, stands for Learn, Inform, Network and Knowledge and is a community and networking platform for professionals in the fields of advanced wound care and negative pressure wound therapy (NPWT).

The CPD certified LINK Congress is a valuable opportunity for wound experts from around the world to exchange insights about important wound topics and discuss clinical success with respected peers from across the globe.

LINK Congress 2017 hosted two congresses in parallel one on advanced wound care and on on NPWT.

The congress was attended by almost 300 international wound experts. Participants shared their clinical experiences and best practices with colleagues from around the world, as well as learning about recent developments in the field. They also enjoyed presentations from internationally renowned experts.

Some of the keynote speakers

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  • Dr. Sabine Emming
    Clinical challenges in wound bed preparation

  • Marjana Tomic-Canic, PhD
    How does epithelialization work?

  • Karen Ousey
    Hydro Therapy: the importance of hydration in wound healing

  • Christian Willy
    The "optimal" pressure level using NPWT - Some technological aspects

Conference Report: LINK for Wound Healing Congress 2017

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Abstracts from LINK Congress 2017

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