The below organisations may be useful if you’re in need of some extra wound care support, advice or information.
DEBRA International are the umbrella organisation for a worldwide network of national groups that work on behalf of those affected by the rare genetic skin blistering condition, Epidermolysis Bullosa.
The SDMA are the voice of the UK surgical dressings industry. They exist to serve companies involved in the wound care, bandaging, orthopaedic, procedure pack, single-use instrument, and associated market sectors in the British Isles.
The EADV exists to further the knowledge of health professionals and advocates in the field of dermatology and venereology. They are dedicated to advancing patient care, education and research in the field of dermatology and venereology by providing a unique platform to bring people together and share ideas.
The EPUAP aim to provide relief for people suffering from, or at risk of, pressure ulcers, through research and the education of the public and by influencing pressure ulcer policy in all European countries towards an adequate patient centred and cost effective pressure ulcer care.
The European Tissue Repair Society is a non-profit making organisation founded in 1988 that aims to promote knowledge and interchange between scientists, healthcare professionals, industry and other individuals that have an interest in tissue repair of all organs.
The EWMA is a European not-for-profit umbrella organisation, linking national wound management organisations, individuals and groups with interest in wound care.
The Journal of Wound Care is the definitive wound-care journal and leading source of up-to-date research and clinical information on everything related to tissue viability. The journal was first launched in 1992 and is aimed at catering to the needs of the multidisciplinary team.
The mission of World Wide Wounds is to be the premier online resource for peer-reviewed information on dressing materials providing practical guidance on all aspects of wound management to health professionals worldwide.
WCI is a non-profit organization involved in the advancement of wound healing and diabetic foot care.