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10 November 2022
Volume 31 · Issue 20

Wound Care Alliance UK (WCAUK) has recently recruited over 5000 members and, as Chair, I am immensely proud of the charity, the trustees and our achievements. I promised the trustees something sparkly to celebrate and will bring the bottles and a celebration cake along to the annual conference, which is being held at Gloucester Rugby Club on Wednesday 10 May 2023. For more details visit the website (

Meanwhile, the Wounds UK conference in Harrogate beckons – one of the annual conferences that I and some of the WCAUK trustees attend. As with all conferences, there is a chance to update knowledge and to network.

Attending conferences presents opportunities and also challenges: time, work commitments, co-ordinating childcare and travel can all prevent us attending. Following feedback from WCAUK members, we are launching a series of webinars in conjunction with MA Healthcare (this journal's publishers). These will be held on Monday 30 January, Tuesday 31 January, Wednesday 1 February and Thursday 2 February 2023. Please see the WCAUK advert in this supplement.

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