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First Fridays

ACWHTR is proud to announce “First Fridays”. ACWHTR First Fridays webinar sessions will include a combination of live discussions, industry-sponsored education, complex case discussion, and a variety of topics that reflect the events of the day. This webinar series will be free to all ACWHTR members and wound care professionals and will continue to take place on the first Friday of every month in 2021. REGISTER NOW below and stay tuned for more information and updates on future First Fridays content and speakers as they are finalized.  

June First Friday Registration NOW OPEN! Join us on Friday June 7th from 12:00pm – 1:00pm CST with our topic “Treatment of VLU in the Wound Clinic –  How we do it Now Vs. How we Should be Doing it”.

Join Dr. Eri Fukaya, Dr. Marlin Shul, Dr. William Marston, Dr. Steve Elias, and Dr. William Ennis as the panel discusses the hurdles of getting quality care for patients with venous ulcers in the real world community hospital setting. There can be a disconnect between the work-up and management of venous leg ulcers between the wound community and the vascular specialists. This session will discuss how, when and where to obtain reflux studies, what to do with the results, and the current evidence surrounding the surgical and medical management of venous leg ulcers.

Register for June 4th


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First Fridays Series

Proposed Topics and Schedule


Maintaining Patient Contact During COVID: Preventing Patients from Limb Loss and Worsening Clinical Status


Nutrition Therapy and Wound Healing


Evaluation and Management E+M 2021 – How Does this Impact Your Clinic


Operating Room or Outpatient – Managing the Continuum of Care for Complex Wounds


Treatment of VLU in the Wound Clinic –  How we do it Now Vs. How we Should be Doing it


Wound Care Product Specific Discussion


You’ve Ordered the Vascular Studies, But do you Really Know What They Mean, How they are Done, and What you Should Look for in a Report?


Wound Care Product Specific Discussion




Wound Care Product Specific Discussion