What you can expect

This Masterclass aims to increase awareness of the clinical and scientific benefits of Oasis. The content will be practical and accessible, outlining when to use this advanced therapy, with what objectives and how to achieve outcomes are both clinically effective and cost effective.


You are invited to join a ground-breaking webinar on regenerative wound care that promises to provide valuable insights and practical tips.

The JWC Expert-Opinion Consensus has revolutionised the field, and this webinar will offer another opportunity for attendees to understand and engage with the content.

By registering for the event, you will receive the document ahead of time and have the chance to submit questions for the live Q&A.

This is a unique opportunity to stay up-to-date on the latest developments in regenerative wound care and contribute to shaping the future of the field.

Don't miss out on this chance to be a part of this important conversation.

What you can expect

  • Brief content on biofilms and their role in delayed wound healing, plus current antibiofilm strategies within standard of care.
  • Introduction to electroceutical wound care: scientific content on its mode of action, antibiofilm properties and ability to stimulate granulation tissue formation and epithelialisation.
  • Overview of the scientific evidence.

Diabetic foot ulcers can be extremely challenging to treat and are associated with a high
morbidity and mortality.
A recent large randomised controlled trial (RCT), found that a single application of a fetal bovine acellular dermal matrix in combination with
standard of care (SOC) is a faster and more effective treatment for these ulcers than SOC alone*.

In this masterclass, the RCT investigators will discuss the evidence, and explore the
implications for practice with other clinicians who have used the dermal scaffold. The debate
will focus on how to optimise the use of this technology on this wound type.

This Masterclass will introduce the concept of electrical stimulation therapy, delivered via the Accel-Heal device, to stimulate healing and relieve pain in hard-to-heal wounds. Key opinion leaders in wound care will demystify the concept of electrical stimulation, explaining its mode of action in an accessible way.

You will find out how this advanced therapy can be safely and effectively used as an interventional therapy, to promote healing and reduce pain in recalcitrant wounds. 

The Masterclass will also explain how the device can be incorporated into existing care pathways.

The development of Antimicrobial resistance (AMR) has diminished the effectiveness of many antimicrobials used to prevent and/or treat wound infection. In order to help address AMR, there have been the development of Antimicrobial Stewardship (AMS) programmes. These have been designed to educate healthcare workers and control the prescribing of antibiotics and targeting of other antimicrobials and hence reduce the likelihood of AMR. 

This online Antimicrobial Stewardship Masterclass discussed: 
The role of HCPs in implementing Antimicrobial Stewardship in wound care 
The impact of Antimicrobial Stewardship strategies based on analysis of a real-world online survey and experiences of expert practitioners
Where practitioners can enhance effectiveness of Antimicrobial Stewardship in wound care
The role of DACC-coated dressings to support Antimicrobial Stewardship in wound care

Skin substitutes come in wide range of categories. This, combined with their high cost and reimbursement requirements, can make selection challenging. Clinicians need to determine which skin substitute(s) in the range available are clinically effective and cost-effective for each individual patient’s needs.

In this masterclass, a select group of KOLs debated how to make good selection decisions, and quizzed manufacturers and suppliers as to when and why they should use their products.

The Masterclass, with its high-calibre debate and live Q&As, empowers clinicians to optimise patient outcomes and manage reimbursement issues effectively when using skin substitutes.