European Wound Management Association (EWMA & VWHA)

May 1 - May 3, 2024
| London, UK

The European Wound Management Association (EWMA) is a European not-for-profit umbrella organization, linking national wound management organizations, individuals and groups with interest in wound care. EWMA was founded in 1991, and the association works to promote the advancement of education and research into native epidemiology, pathology, diagnosis, prevention and management of wounds of all etiologies.

Kerecis x Coloplast
Booth Nr. G30

Symposium: Intact fish skin for chronic wound care
Thursday 2nd of May
16:00 – 17:00
South Gallery 8-10

Dr. John C. Lantis

Prof. Steven Jeffrey: Fish skin for Venous Leg Ulcers

Prof. Guido Ciprandi: Fish skin in Pediatrics

Dr. Sandra Moritz: Overview of 5 years of clinical experience with fish skin in outpatient practice – tricks and tips

Dr. Matthew Endara: The Kerecis science overview

Dr John C. Lantis: Consensus & QA


Veterinary Wound Healing Association (VWHA) was established after the first scientific meeting held at the Royal Veterinary College in December 1996. The Association has the aim to promote education and research into the scientific basis and the clinical management of wounds of whatever aetiology in the veterinary sciences.

Case Presentation – Fish skin for wound management: are there advantages?

Speaker: Dr. Franziska Remy-Wohlfender
Thursday 2nd of May
9:30 – 9:50
South Gallery 27-28


We look forward to meeting you at our booth!


Date and time

May 1 – May 3, 2024


London, UK

Booth nr. G30

The 34th EWMA Conference will take place 1-3 May 2024 in London, United Kingdom. The conference will feature high quality sessions & presentations, numerous workshops and e-poster presentations as well as a large industry exhibition where you can meet various companies within wound care.

The theme of the EWMA 2024 conference is: “Collaborative and Sustainable Wound Care: Making Everyone’s Contribution Count”

Internationally, there is a unanimous agreement that the provision of safe and high-quality healthcare hinges on the exchange of best practices through guidelines and the advocacy of evidence-based approaches. Attaining this healthcare standard necessitates shared learning, research, and innovation involving individuals from diverse corners of the world. Achieving excellence in wound care requires enhanced international cooperation and local initiatives to bolster the health of both populations and nations. The focus of the 2024 EWMA conference will revolve around exploring how global collaboration in wound care can facilitate the implementation of the highest quality care at the local level, not only in Europe but also extending beyond.


Images from EWMA 2023