34th Conference Of EWMA 2024

34th Conference Of EWMA 2024

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EWMA 2024: Conference information

The 34th Conference of the EWMA will be held on 1-3 May 2024 in London, United Kingdom.

We are delighted to be partnering with the Society of Tissue Viability.

We look forward to seeing you in London

Attend the conference and

  • build your network at the largest wound care event.
  • have access to more than 80 scientific sessions.
  • meet 100+ wound management companies.
  • be a part of a conference with more than 80 countries represented.

What to expect from EWMA 2024

The conference will feature high quality sessions & presentations, numerous workshops and e-poster presentations as well as a large industry exhibition where you can meet various companies within wound care. The programme features a mixture of topics important to the wound community in key sessions, focus sessions, free paper session, guest sessions, workshops and meet-the-expert sessions.


Conference venue

ExCeL London
One Western Gateway
Royal Victoria Dock
E16 1XL London
United Kingdom

EWMA 2024: Registration

EWMA registration fee includes conference bag, final programme book, daily morning coffee break and afternoon fruit break, abstracts available on conference app, admission to full conference programme including all sessions, certificate of attendance and CME Certificate.


The one-day-exhibition registration gives access to the exhibition only.


ECET registration fee includes conference bag, final programme book, daily morning coffee break and afternoon fruit break, admission to full ECET conference programme including all sessions, certificate of attendance


EWMA 2024: Scientific programme


Key sessions

The programme will feature a mixture of new topics, which are important to the European wound community, in addition to topics that have been popular during previous EWMA conferences. The sessions will deal with advancement of education and research in relation to epidemiology, pathology, diagnosis, prevention and management of wounds.


Focus sessions

A focus session is an opportunity to go into depth with a topic. The focus sessions take place in a smaller setting and typically have 1-2 speakers.


Workshops

The workshops are typically held in a smaller setting than key sessions, focus sessions and free paper sessions. EWMA workshops are interactive and give participants an opportunity to address and elaborate on particular aspects of the themes of the individual sessions.


Guest sessions

A number of organisations are invited to organise a guest session. This serves to increase scientific cooperation and networking with organisations active in thematic issues related to wound healing and management.


International Partner session

1-2 of EWMA's International Partners organises a session at the annual conference to increase collaboration and networking with partners active in thematic issues related to wound healing and management.


Free paper sessions

Free paper sessions consist of abstracts submitted and accepted for oral presentation. Each presenter has 8 min presentation followed by 2 min Q&A.


E-poster sessions

E-poster sessions consist of abstracts accepted for e-poster presentation. Each presenter has 3 min for a short presentation of the key points of the e-poster. The sessions take place in the e-poster area in the exhibition.

All e-posters except for abstracts accepted for Case studies or Professional communication can be included in an e-poster session.






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