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The difference a year makes

12 November 2020
Volume 29 · Issue 20

As I look forward to 2021—with my New Year plans limited to six of course—I have been reflecting on what a different year this has been in the tissue viability world. I have missed you, I really have. I really do enjoy meeting with you at Wound Care Alliance UK (WCAUK) events and the events put on by MA Healthcare, Wounds UK, Wound Care People, HCUK and others. I enjoy the interaction, the academic and clinical discussions, the varying views and even the paradigm shifts.

Of course, we have been able to access online forums, discussions and education, and the Facebook and Twitter discussions. For some, the ease of access, the lack of travel with the accompanying reduced costs and time, has made getting involved easier. There have been a range of online conferences available including EWMA 2020 and the Wounds UK Conference, but what may be of particular interest is Wound Expo 2020 on 1 and 2 December. This will be a virtual event and you can register and book sessions to suit you at

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