The International Wound Management Conference (London)
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The International Wound Management Conference (London)

The International Wound Management Conference (London)

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The International Wound Management Conference (London)

Contextualising Wound Management from the Mental Health Perspective

The conference is a one day wound care event for up to 300 healthcare professionals and focuses upon wound care from the mental health perspective. It is unique and different to the usual wound care conferences as this one contains keynote lectures, and also offers delegates the opportunity to attend wound care clinics where life like simulated wounds will be used on real people and manikins to simulate wounds often seen in mental health settings. These will include wounds such as pressure ulcers, venous leg ulcers, fungating wounds, burns, self-harm and iatrogenic wounds, to name but a few. This will allow those clinicians attending the opportunity to see, feel, dress and discuss management of patients and their wounds; attracting attention to healthcare and general media.


This conference is a one day wound care event for up to 300 healthcare professionals and focuses upon wound care from the mental health perspective. It is unique and different to the usual wound care conferences as this one contains keynote lectures, and also offers delegates the opportunity to attend wound care clinics where life like simulated wounds will be used on real people and manikins to simulate wounds often seen in mental health settings. These will include wounds such as pressure ulcers, venous leg ulcers, fungating wounds, burns, self-harm and iatrogenic wounds, to name but a few.This will allow those clinicians attending the opportunity to see, feel, dress and discuss management of patients and their wounds.


The main objectives of the Conference are:

  • To explore the incidence and types of wounds seen in the mental health setting.
  • To develop clinicians wound care knowledge and skills of assessment and management of these wounds through the use of keynote lectures and medium fidelity simulated wounds in dedicated simulated wound care clinics by experts and academics in the field.
  • To provide opportunities for an in-depth exchange of experience and expertise within and beyond the wound care community.
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