Association for the Advancement of Wound Care Opens Free Speakers Bureau Service
MALVERN, Pa., Oct. 26, 2012 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — The Association for the Advancement of Wound Care (AAWC) has opened its Speakers Bureau to the public as a complimentary service. The AAWC Speakers Bureau holds a growing database of wound care experts from diverse fields of healthcare, many of whom hold certifications in wound care. Clients requiring speakers are usually health education conference or regional meeting planners, but also may include hospitals and other medical facilities, institutions of higher learning, K-12 schools and media personnel.
AAWC is the go-to source for the most notable, qualified speakers. Bring the best in wound care education to your organization’s conventions, conferences, corporate events, classrooms, career fairs, in-services, school assemblies and more. Our experienced team of medical professionals within the AAWC Speakers Bureau provides excellence in wound education, clinical practice, public policy, and wound research. From wound care basics to the most challenging of topics, each delivers a message tailored to your needs. While members of the bureau have varied areas of expertise in wound prevention and management, many of our members are suitable to present an inspirational story. Please visit our website to find an expert and/or inspiration in the field of wound care today.
ABOUT AAWC – AAWC is the largest, not-for-profit, multi-specialty organization in the United States dedicated to the research and clinical application of evidence-based wound care. Our mission is to be the leader in interdisciplinary wound healing and tissue preservation. AAWC offers membership, benefits and resources to everyone involved in wound care, including healthcare professionals, patients, lay-caregivers, clinics/facilities, corporations, students, retirees, and advocates. All are encouraged to Like AAWC on Facebook, where near daily updates on AAWC activities and benefits are provided.
SOURCE Association for the Advancement of Wound Care