"If you're a Wound Care Professional and you are not here, you're missing the best learning opportunity of the year!" said Dee Dashner, WOW attendee.
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Plainfield, IL (PRWEB) September 20, 2011
Wound Care Education Institute (WCEI), the wound care industry’s leading education provider, successfully completed its 8th annual conference, “Wild on Wounds” (WOW) last week at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas. The high energy conference was comprised of clinicians and management who are certified in wound care; primarily represented by one of the country’s largest wound care certification, WCC®.
”We worked very hard to present our attendees with the latest wound care techniques led by dynamic industry speakers. WOW offers a unique learning experience with the goal of helping our attendees drive better outcomes throughout the continuum of care, (hospitals, nursing homes and home care”, said Nancy Morgan, Co-Founder, WCEI. The conference experience also featured high energy “hands-on” workshops, case study poster presentations and the largest vendor exhibition in its history. "If you're a Wound Care Professional and you are not here, you're missing the best learning opportunity of the year!" said Dee Dashner, WOW attendee.
As one participant stated, “Wild on Wounds should be called, ‘Wounds Gone Wild’.
The (4) four day event has grown from its modest beginnings to become the favorite of wound care professionals. The 2011 conference saw both a dramatic increase in both participant attendance and exhibiting vendors over 2010. Continuing with its popularity, the 2012 Wild on Wounds conference will again be held at Caesars Palace, Las Vegas next September 12-15, 2012.
About the Wound Care Education Institute
Wound Care Education Institute’s mission is to develop multi-disciplinary wound care professionals in the United States by offering educational programs and clinical support, based on up-to-date wound care research, trends, and evidenced-based practice.
Diana Ripp, CWCMS