About WMAI

The Wound Management Association of Ireland was established in May 1996 by a multidisciplinary group of healthcare professionals interested in raising the profile of wound care within Ireland.  A new WMAI_Executive was elected at the 2013 National WMAI Conference.

The Wound Management Association is a voluntary non profitable organization whose main objectives are:

  • To promote a multi-professional approach to Wound Management
  • To promote the highest standard of Wound Management through education
  • To promote research into all aspects of Wound Management
  • To disseminate reports and publications relating to the work of the association
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Summer 2016 WMAI Newsletter

August 23, 2016

Welcome to the Summer 2016 issue of the WMAI newsletter – Newsletter June 2016 The Editorial in this issue comes from Julie Jordan O’Brien, Lecturer and Programme Director, RCSI School of Nursing & Midwifery, Also in this issue: New appointments to the EWMA Council WMAI members present at SuperBones SuperWounds [&hel…
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Spring 2016 WMAI Newsletter

April 7, 2016

Welcome to the Spring 2016 issue of the WMAI newsletter – Newsletter Mar 2016 The Editorial in this issue comes from WMAI Chairperson Niamh McLain Also in this issue: NUI Galway Researcher/RCSI Students win International Wound Care Awards News updates from the Western Region – Meeting reports from Larva Therapy in [&hel…
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26th EWMA Conference – May 11th to 13th in Bremen Germany

January 8, 2016

Announcing the 26th conference of European Wound Management Association, EWMA 2016. The conference is organised in cooperation with the Initiative Chronische Wunden e.V. (ICW) and the collaboration of German-speaking wound associations WundD·A·CH. The conference theme is: PATIENTS … WOUNDS … RIGHTS. For Conference information and important dates please log onto [&hel…
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35th RCSI Annual International Nursing & Midwifery Conference – March 2nd & 3rd 2016

The 35th Annual International Nursing and Midwifery Research & Education Conference will take place in RCSI on Wednesday 2nd and Thursday 3rd March 2016.  The 2016 conference theme is ‘Maintaining Professional Competence: Continuing Professional Development and Patient Centred Outcomes’ This conference is an important event for all Nurses and Midwives [&hel…
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