MODERN WOUND CARE MANAGEMENT Portland, OR
2020 CANCELLED & Rescheduled to June 25-27, 2021 | Portland, OR
June 25 - 27, 2021
Embassy Suites by Hilton Portland Downtown
319 SW Pine St.
Portland, OR 97204
What is this about?
| A true interdisciplinary approach to wound care with input from leading experts
A focus on treatments in/out of the wound care center that will heal wounds
Case-based studies that bring to light novel ways to treat patients
Proactive audience participation & interaction with national wound care experts
Emphasis on networking with social events that capitalize on that opportunity
Better information sharing on how to better care for patients in wound centers
To provide the highest quality continuing medical education experience to all clinicians who care for patients with chronic wounds and from this, improve patient outcomes by maintaining constant focus on the most modern and effective management techniques.
To be the leading continuing medical educational forum for all wound care specialists in the United States by providing regular rotating regional meetings that maintain an intimate and personal learning atmosphere.
Who should attend this Conference?
We have put together an exceptional curriculum and a faculty of wound care experts that results in the best CME course available for medical professionals working in wound care.
|Registration Type||Early Registration - until 3/26||Registration - after 3/26|
|Physician||$ 575||$ 695|
|PA/NP/Non-Physician||$ 275||$ 375|
|RN/PT/PTA||$ 175||$ 199|
|Fellows / Residents / Students||Free||$ 50|
*Daily rates are available during registration.
"If The Shoe Fits, DONATE IT" Campaign
Our greater mission is to raise awareness and money to purchase special diabetic shoes and orthotics for disadvantaged/homeless patients suffering from current or past diabetic foot ulcers. Evidence shows that custom-made, properly fitting shoes can prevent amputation in diabetic patients with severe neuropathy.
Modern Wound Care Management (MWCM) has partnered with the American Diabetes Association as well as with many corporate supporters including, Crary Shoes and Osborn Medical (Rooke Boots)