The Symposium on Advanced Wound Care Spring and Wound Healing Society (SAWC Spring/WHS) meeting is the premier interdisciplinary wound care program and the largest annual gathering of wound care clinicians in the United States. More than 2,000 physicians, podiatrists, nurses, therapists, researchers, and scientists are expected to attend the SAWC Spring/WHS meeting.
No other wound care conference offers the level of education, number of quality sessions, or renowned educators from around the world who speak at this program each year.
This conference is designed for the interdisciplinary team of physicians, nurses, physical therapists, researchers, scientists, podiatrists, and dietitians involved in wound healing or wound care issues. The SAWC Spring | WHS provides attendees who study and treat wounds across all practice settings state-of-the-art clinical reviews and emerging research findings.
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.
The Symposium on Advanced Wound Care & Wound Healing Society (SAWC/WHS) is the largest gathering of multidisciplinary wound care clinicians in the United States. Continuing education credits are offered for physicians, nurses, pharmacists, podiatrists, physical therapists, and dieticians.
As the largest wound care conference, we are expecting over 2,000 attendees and 200 exhibiting companies.
WE SUPPORT OUR EXHIBITORS BY PROVIDING:
Customized marketing programs
Exhibitor marketing kit (full of many useful tools for every step of your trade show experience)
An experienced sales staff to assist you with reaching your marketing goals
Access to attend regular SAWC sessions with your exhibitor badges (does not include pre- or post-conference sessions & you cannot receive credits)
AAWC is the leading, nonprofit membership organization in the US dedicated to interprofessional wound healing and tissue preservation. AAWC offers membership and associated benefits to everyone involved in wound care, including clinicians and other healthcare professionals, patients, lay-caregivers, clinics/facilities, corporations, students, retirees, and advocates.
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. The Society’s journal, Wound Repair and Regeneration, is the leading journal in the discipline.