Three exciting virtual and hybrid events in 2023.

We're proud of the three conferences we have lined up for you for 2023! Wounds Canada will continue to offer virtual conferences throughout 2023, but we're excited to continue a hybrid version for our Fall National Conference. Registration information coming soon!

National Conference - September 28-30, 2023

The Wounds Canada National Conference is the largest wound‑related event in Canada, bringing together health-care professionals, educators and key opinion leaders in both a virtual and on-site gathering in Niagara Falls. This hybrid continuing education event is designed to support health-care professionals who work with patients with wounds or who are at risk for developing wounds. Both conference formats will be available for those who are able to join us in Niagara Falls and for those who prefer to meet virtually.

Click here to register!

In-person registration fees:

Early Bird Member until June 30 - $399.00 
Early Bird Non-Member until June 30 - $450.00
Member Regular - $505.00
Non-Member Regular - $545.00
Single Day - $275.00

Virtual registration fees:

Wounds Canada Member Virtual Package - $95.00
Non-member Virtual Package - $150.00


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Pressure Injury Symposium - November 16, 2023

The Pressure Injury Symposium coincides with the recognition of World Wide Pressure Injury Day on Thursday, November 17, 2022. This virtual event will examine the risks and causes along with the multi-disciplinary comprehensive management of pressure injuries by dietitians, nurses, surgeons, physicians and physiatrists to develop strategies, overcome barriers and improve patient outcomes. Join us for this one-day virtual learning event with co-chairs Dr Alan Rogers and Stephanie Chadwick.


Coming Soon

Limb Preservation Symposium - April 28, 2023

This one-day virtual learning event on limb preservation is a joint venture between Wounds Canada, the Canadian Podiatric Medical Association and D-Foot International. The program, chaired by Dr. Ahmed Kayssi, will focus on Indigenous health in limb preservation.

The archived sessions of the Limb Preservation Symposium are now available on demand by logging into the platform with the same email that you used to register for the conference. Click on the Auditorium, which will take you to the list of the sessions where you can click on the PLAY button to view the various presentations.