Journal of Wound Care (JWC), the foremost international wound care journal has partnered with the Wound Care Education Institute (WCEI), Association for the Advancement of Wound Care (AAWC), the American Vein and Lymphatic Society (AVLS), Academy of Physicians in Wound Healing (APWH) and The American College of Clinical Wound Specialists (ACCWS) to bring you Wound Central.
JWC is a monthly international research journal aimed at and read by the most influential physicians, nurses, scientists, researchers, academics and key opinion leaders. JWC is the official publication for the World Union of Wound Healing Societies (WUWHS), and the European Wound Management Association (EWMA) position documents. It has a Clarivate Journal Impact Factor (Official measure of citations) of 2.066 (2021), is catalogued in the U.S. National Library of Medicine Medline database and is available through a wide range of libraries, institutions and governments with a global scope.
WCEI is an educational centre of excellence supporting thousands of health professionals in all care settings. Educational programmes include comprehensive courses in skin and wound management, diabetic wound management and ostomy management. Continuing education programs offered through webinars, seminars and the Wild on Wounds national conference supports the standard of care necessary for improved patient outcomes.
The Association for the Advancement of Wound Care (AAWC) is the largest, non-profit, interdisciplinary wound care organisation in the US, focused on education, public policy and the application of evidence-based wound care practice. Conceived in 1995, the mission of the AAWC is to advance the care of people with and at risk of wounds.
The AVLS (formerly the American College of Phlebology) is an association for physicians and allied health professionals dedicated to the diagnosis and treatment of venous and lymphatic disease. The AVLS is comprised of 2,000 vein care professionals, setting the pace and direction for the growth of the field of vein and lymphatic medicine.
The Academy of Physicians in Wound Healing (APWH) is an organisation that provides information and support in three subject areas: clinical and operations-focused education, compensation advocacy, and legislative action on healthcare issues. Additionally, the organisation provides this information specifically to providers that are responsible for diagnosis and management of patient care.
The American College of Clinical Wound Specialists (ACCWS) is dedicated to the advocacy, ongoing wound care education, and support of credentialed wound care providers of all disciplines. Our members strive to improve the public’s health by practicing and encouraging evidence-based wound care management to promote healing.
Wound Central brings together the publishing expertise of JWC and over 50,000 health professionals trained by or associated with the WCEI, AAWC AVLS, APWH, and ACCWS, providing a new double-blind peer reviewed journal. Wound Central is targeted at physicians, nurses, scientists, researchers, and academics by bringing together research, reviews and expert opinion pieces all in one place.
Wound Central gives the opportunity for health professionals to write for and be a part of a new journal for North America.
Wound Central is published four times a year and gives advertisers the opportunity to target both the US and international audiences.