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Research Grant
AWMA Trust
WMI CRC


Venous Leg Ulcer guidelines

Australian and New Zealand Clinical Practice Guideline for Prevention and
Management of
Venous Leg Ulcers

Now available for Download

 

 

Wound Management Innovation CRC

About the CRC

The Wound Management Innovation CRC (WMI CRC) was formed on July 1, 2010 with 23 participants and $108 million dollars of cash and in-kind contributions. This includes the Commonwealth Government’s cash contribution of $27.93 million over 8 years. The joint venture has brought together the best of industry, academia and End-User organisations to:

Vision

Transforming Wound Outcomes.

Mission

The WMI CRC will improve wound healing and quality of life for people with wounds and implement cost-effective wound care that lessens the burden on the Australian Health System.

Wound Management Innovation CRC website

Visit the newsletter page on the WMI-CRC page

AWMA and the CRC

As a participant in the WMI-CRC AWMA is working collaboratively to develop initiatives that will meet the goals of both groups.

Current AWMA / CRC projects

Wound Healing and Management Evidence

Project Leader: Professor Keryln Carville

Participants: Curtin University, Australian Wound Management Association

Valid and reliable evidence is a fundamental requirement for the development of clinical practice guidelines and wound healing and management education strategies. The objective of this project is to provide clinicians with access to evidence summaries and recommended practices which are current, valid, reliable and easy to translate into practice.

Full list of current CRC projects

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