Wound Expo offers FREE, interactive education for nurses in the fundamental aspects of wound care. It helps front-line nurses strengthen their core skills and inspire better wound care practice.

>Delivering seven bespoke, therapy-specific zones led by expert educators and key opinion leaders this event will provide high quality learning outcomes. Interactive sessions will take a step-by-step approach to evidence based management, using case presentations to provide nurses with practical knowledge to take back to the workplace.

>Each education zone will feature an expert in wound care leading an interactive session that brings one key area of wound care to life. Sessions will be repeated throughout the day, so you will be able to participate in five of the zones per day.

The CPD certified educational content of the event will be supported by a major exhibition featuring the leading companies in wound care. Participants will have ample opportunity to discuss their products with them and explore further the issues discussed in the education zones.

Therapy-Specific Zones

Wound Assessment

Accurate wound assessment provides you with the necessary information which will help you decide the best treatment. In this zone, you will use a simple wound bed assessment tool: T.I.M.E. to help your decision making for treatment choice.

Assessing and managing infected wounds

This will help you identify and treat the clinical signs of infection, and apply antimicrobial dressings safely.

Leg ulcer management

Best practice for achieving good outcomes, regardless of the clinical setting and the cause of ulceration.

Skin integrity and wound infection

This session will help delegates to understand the role of emollients in preventing skin breakdown and bacterial ingress, the role of wound cleansing in the removal of debris, devitalised tissue and the role in removing biofilm.

Pressure ulcer care

Keep up to date on the latest developments in prevention and treatment.

Wound exudate

Top tips on assessment and management, including dressing selection.

Wound biofilm

Most non-healing wounds are thought to contain a wound biofilm. Increase your understanding of wound biofilm, and learn how to identify and treat it.

Please be aware this course is being delivered by the pharmaceutical industry and company products may be on display.