CALL FOR ABSTRACTS
The ADWCC 2024 Scientific Committees invite authors to submit their abstracts for consideration and inclusion in the ADWCC 2024 scientific program. All abstracts should be submitted online through the Congress website at the page marked abstract submission.
Revolutionizing Wound Care: From Science to Practice
The focus will be on exploring the scientific advancements and research that are shaping the future of wound care. Aims to bridge the gap between cutting-edge research and practical application, empowering healthcare professionals to implement evidence-based strategies for improved wound management.
Emerging Technologies in Wound Healing
This theme will highlight the latest technological innovations, such as smart dressings, wearable devices, and telemedicine applications, and how they are transforming wound care delivery and monitoring.
Regenerative Therapies and Tissue Engineering
Abstracts in this theme will delve into the exciting developments in regenerative medicine, stem cell therapies, and tissue engineering, with a focus on their potential to revolutionize wound healing outcomes.
Infection Control Strategies in Wound Management
This theme will cover research on new and effective approaches to prevent and manage wound infections, including antimicrobial agents, biofilms, and novel infection control practices.
Advancements in Diabetic Wound Care
Abstracts in this category will explore specialized approaches and technologies dedicated to diabetic wound healing, addressing the unique challenges presented by diabetes-related wounds.
Holistic Approaches and Patient-Centric Solutions
The focus towards patient-centered care and holistic approaches to wound management. This aims to address the importance of personalized treatments, patient education, and interdisciplinary collaboration in achieving improved wound healing outcomes.
Psychological and Emotional Aspects of Wound Healing
This theme will explore the psychological impact of wounds on patients, as well as the influence of mental health on the wound healing process, promoting a more holistic approach to wound care.
Wound Care in Geriatric/Pediatric Patients
Abstracts under this theme will highlight the unique challenges and tailored wound care strategies for elderly/Pediatric patients, considering age-related factors in wound healing.
Interdisciplinary Wound Management
This category will focus on the significance of teamwork and collaboration among healthcare professionals, including wound care specialists, nurses, nutritionists, and physical therapists, to optimize patient outcomes.
Patient Education and Empowerment
Abstracts in this theme will emphasize the importance of educating patients about wound care self-management, fostering a sense of empowerment, and improving treatment adherence.
Health Economy Impact in Wound Care: Balancing Costs and Quality of Care
Abstracts under this theme will explore the intricate relationship between health economics and wound care, focusing on how cost-effectiveness and financial considerations influence treatment decisions, resource allocation, and patient outcomes. The objective of this theme is to foster discussions on optimizing wound care delivery while maintaining the highest standards of patient care within budgetary constraints.
Reimbursement Policies and Wound Care
This theme will discuss reimbursement policies related to wound care, examining how they influence the accessibility of treatments and the financial burden on patients and healthcare providers.
Technology and Health Economics in Wound Care
Abstracts in this category will explore the role of innovative technologies in reducing healthcare costs, such as wearable devices for remote monitoring, artificial intelligence for wound assessment, and digital health platforms for patient engagement.
Preventive Wound Care Strategies and Cost Savings
This theme will focus on preventive measures and early interventions to avoid costly complications and chronic wounds, emphasizing the potential cost savings and improved patient outcomes.
Health Economic Implications of Chronic Wound Management
Abstracts under this theme will address the economic impact of managing chronic wounds, including the long-term costs of care and the potential benefits of proactive wound management. By incorporating a health economy-focused abstract theme, the conference aims to foster a deeper understanding of the financial aspects of wound care, encourage evidence-based decision-making, and ultimately support the development of cost-effective wound care strategies that prioritize both patient outcomes and economic sustainability.
Policy and Decision-Making in Wound Care Financing
This category will examine how policy decisions at various levels (national, regional, institutional) impact wound care financing, and how collaboration between policymakers and healthcare providers can lead to sustainable wound care practices.
By structuring the conference around these abstract themes, participants will have the opportunity to gain insights into the most recent scientific breakthroughs, innovative technologies, and holistic approaches that contribute to advancements in wound care and lead to better patient outcomes.
Abstract Submission Details
Online Submissions Open: July 10, 2023
Deadline for Submission: November 30, 2023
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