Mission: Improve wound healing outcomes through science, professional education, and communication by:
Congratulations to our 2020 WHS/WHF Awardees, Finalists and Nominees!
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We look forward to seeing more of your work at the 2021 WHS Annual Meeting May 12-16, 2021 at the Gaylord Texan in Dallas, TX.
WHF-Medline Research Grant Innovation Award
The purpose of the award is to stimulate innovative wound healing product development. This is a one year, ,000 grant awarded to a young investigator doing research in wound healing in the United States. Applications should be innovative and likely have the ability to be commercialized in the future.
Deadline for Submission: January 7, 2021.
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Current Fellowship Opportunity Sponsored by the WHF and 3M Health Care
The award is paid to the U.S. University or Medical School accepting responsibility for the research environment of the successful applicant. The award is restricted because it is intended and designated solely for salary support or direct research costs. No part of the award may be used for indirect costs or the support of routine clinical duties. Under exceptional circumstances, a Fellow may request a one year extension.
The Wound Healing Foundation, through the support of 3M Health Care, is pleased to announce the Wound Healing Foundation's 3M Fellowship for the next year.
Deadline for Submission: November 24, 2020.
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WHS Bulletin Board
A place where you can list and find upcoming Seminars, Research Funding (RFA/PAs) Opportunities and Hot Topics for Discussion!
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Coming soon! WRR Fireside Chat Series
We are pleased to announce the monthly Fireside Chat Series to feature Outstanding Research in WRR. Please contact Mitch Sanders, Kyle Quinn, or WHS if you would like to be featured in this exciting new monthly WHS Podcast.
Advances in Wound Care Journal
The 2021 WHS membership subscription rates for Advances in Wound Care:
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The Alliance of Wound Care Stakeholders
July 20, 2020, Bethesda, MD - The Alliance of Wound Care Stakeholders calls on the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid (CMS) to expand and increase reimbursement for wound-care related telehealth visits; provide flexibility in documentation requirements for continued need and refill of surgical dressings and other supplies; and permit medically necessary procedures to take place on the same date of service so that quality care to be provided to patients while minimizing their risk of COVID-19 exposure.
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