Wednesday 28th July 2021
7.00 - 8.00pm BST • 2.00 - 3.00pm EDT

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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.
  • Discover the extent and quality of evidence on electrical stimulation therapy and Accel-Heal.
  • Learn why this can reduce chronic inflammation and pain and kickstart healing in hard-to-heal wounds.
  • Discover the core principles of standard care and advanced therapies in the treatment of
    these hard-to-heal wounds.
  • Recognise the cost-effectiveness of the treatment.

Meet our Speakers

Leanne Atkin

University of Huddersfield/Mid Yorks NHS Trust

Vascular Nurse Consultant

Jeanette Milne

Northumbria Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust

Chief Matron

Meet our Sponsor

Accel-Heal Technologies Limited is a UK company that was established to continue the development of unique electrical stimulation products designed to help transform clinical and health economic outcomes in patients with painful and hard-to-heal wounds.

Electrical stimulation is one of the most evidence-based technologies in wound management with five meta analysesand over 30 RCTs published today.

The challenge has always been how to incorporate what has been perceived as a complex therapy, into a simple to use format in frontline clinical practice. Accel‑Heal, as a pre-programmed, single-use, wearable and easy to use electrical stimulation device, has been developed to address this challenge.

Meet the Organiser

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JWC is essential reading for wound care professionals who are serious about providing the best possible support for the people in their care, and those who want to keep on top of the latest thinking and research.
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+44 (0) 207 501 6726

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+44 (0) 207 501 6717

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