WoundConnect is your #1 source for wound care information, education, and communication. Throughout this website both health care professionals and the interested public will find resources to expand their knowledge of wound prevention, assessment, and care. Please browse the site using the links below and the menu at the top of the page to find the resources that will best suit your learning and educational needs. Don't forget to stop by our message boards and connect with others and provide feedback on the website using the banner below. Welcome to the first step in your wound care journey.
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Health Professionals

If you are a healthcare professional interested in learning more about wound care click "I am a health professional" below. WoundConnect offers resources and information to help you implement best practice in your workplace.

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WoundConnect provides resources and education to assist you in understanding the complexities of wound care. Learn warning signs, understand the wound healing process, and review tips on wound prevention.

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Connect with the world of wounds. Network among healthcare providers or gain support from other wound patients. Share stories and discuss recent wound care innovations. Click "let's Connect" below.

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WCEP

Review the fundamentals of wound care with the WoundConnect Educational Program. These modules will assist both healthcare providers and the interested public in understanding the basics of wound care.

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Welcome to WoundConnect! This website was developed with both health care providers and the public in mind. The WoundConnect team wished to create a platform which everyone interested in learning more about wound care can access to increase their knowledg

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Meet Our Team

Corey Heerschap

Wound Care is a dynamic and complex field that I hope to assist others in understanding through sharing an

Ali Mehdizadeh

Let’s connect and make patient centered, evidence based, wound care practice more accessible to ever

Morty Eisenberg

The WoundConnect team would like to acknowledge the support and mentorship of Dr. Morty Eisenberg, MD, MSc