Over the past several years, Iceland has emerged as a vibrant medical and scientific innovation center, with Kerecis at the forefront of wound healing and tissue repair.
The Northern Lights Wound Workshop is the leading scientific workshop for advancing the knowledge of the utility of fish skin grafts for managing chronic wounds and lower extremity injuries. The scientific workshop entry is competition-based. The exchange of ideas is fostered between all attendees during this exclusive small-capacity event, where attendees present their findings.
This event takes place in March 2023 Reykjavik, Iceland
The Northern Lights Wound Workshop allows peers of eligible providers to exchange clinical application techniques for educational purpose of use of fish skin grafts.
Confirmation of registration does not guarantee your seat at the workshop. Attendance is determined through the evaluation of case/abstract submissions.
Medical professionals are eligible if the following specialty and procedures are relevant to their practice:
Attendees must actively participate in the entire symposium, discussions, and active feedback by answering follow-up questions.
Kerecis covers standard-fare air travel, meals, and lodging for attendees for the duration of the workshop. Travel has to be booked by Kerecis; self-booked travel arrangements will not be reimbursed. Kerecis does not pay for family members and/or spouses. Government employees are only eligible to participate in this event with prior written approval.
Kerecis will only cover cost of selected eligible attendees for educational benefits.
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Aurora Awards: Outpatient Wound and Lower Extremity Surgery
Case Series will be blindly reviewed by an external review committee.
Notifications of decisions for Outpatient wound and Lower extremity by December 2023.
“The Northern Lights Wound Workshop represents the very edge of medical advancements in regenerative wound management using fish skin. During the workshop we will showcase, share, and discuss various approaches and results that support the ever-expanding use of our medical devices. I look forward to meaningful contributions of all participants from around the world.”
Founder and CEO