The Symposium on Advanced Wound Care and Wound Healing Society (SAWC/WHS) meeting is the premier interdisciplinary wound care program within this clinical field and is the largest annual gathering of wound care clinicians in the United States. More than 2,000 physicians, podiatrists, nurses, therapists, and researchers are expected to attend the 2014 Spring meeting.
Who Should Attend
This conference is designed for physicians, nurses, physical therapists, researchers, podiatrists, and dietitians involved in wound healing or wound care issues. The SAWC Spring/WHS provides attendees who study and treat wounds with state-of-the-art reviews of clinical problems and research information.
The exhibits, an integral part of the SAWC Spring/WHS educational experience, compliment the program and clinical sessions, letting registrants examine and evaluate the latest developments in research, equipment, supplies, and services that are represented for use in the field of wound care.
Exhibiting at the SAWC Spring/WHS will give you the opportunity to identify qualified leads on the spot, build and develop new business relationships, and have unprecedented networking opportunities with thousands of clinicians.
Who should exhibit? Any company that wants to reach clinicians in the wound care field, including surgeons, physicians, podiatrists, physical therapists, advanced practice wound care nurses, researchers and other clinical specialties.
Benefit by exhibiting:
• REACH thousands of important patient care providers.
• BUILD and DEVELOP relationships with purchasing decision-makers and influencers.
• UNCOVER and IDENTIFY new, qualified leads on the spot.
• CREATE a positive and lasting impression in the marketplace.
• NETWORK with key opinion leaders, faculty, and clinicians from a wide variety of organizations.
Founded in 1989, the Wound Healing Society (WHS) is the premier scientific organization focused on wound healing. A nonprofit organization composed of clinical and basic scientists and wound care specialists, the mission of the WHS is to improve wound-healing outcomes through science, professional education, and communication. The WHS provides a forum for interaction among scientists, clinicians, and other wound care practitioners; industrial representatives; and government agencies. The WHS is open to individuals who are interested in the field of wound healing and presently comprises more than 600 active members in the United States and other countries.