27-28 June 2016, Conference, University of Huddersfield, UK
27-28 June 2016
University of Huddersfield, UK
Breakthroughs in the treatment of serious wounds are being made by engineers as well as clinicians. For example, technologies such as digital scanning and 3D printing are leading the creation of dressings that are precisely customised for individual patients, aiding their recovery and quality of life.
The future of woundcare is one of the themes of this international conference, organised by Huddersfield University’s Institute of Skin Integrity and Infection Prevention (ISIaIP).
This new event will explore infection prevention and management strategies; the issue of antibiotic resistance; new findings about the use of antiseptics; and an exploration of computer modelling and simulations for understanding chronic wounds and wound healing.
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Organiser: Huddersfield University Institute of Skin Integrity and Infection Prevention and the Journal of Wound Care