Association for the Advancement of Wound Care Recognizes 2015 Corporate Sponsors and Announces Open Enrollment for the 2016 Sponsorship Program

Friday, October 30, 2015

MALVERN, Pa., Oct. 30, 2015 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The Association for the Advancement of Wound Care (AAWC) is pleased to acknowledge the generous support of its 2015 corporate sponsors and announces open enrollment for the 2016 sponsorship program.

Corporate support is vital for sustaining the AAWC's valued, evidence-based and patient-focused programs and activities. This year's AAWC Corporate Sponsors include: 3M Skin and Wound Care, Acelity, Boyd Technologies, Celgene, Dipexium Pharmaceuticals Inc., Hollister, Integra LifeSciences, Medline, MiMedx, Molnlycke Health Care US LLC, Organogenesis, Osiris, Smith & Nephew, Smith & Nephew Biotherapeutics.

As one of many benefits, sponsorship of AAWC enables corporations to be members of the AAWC Corporate Advisory Panel (CAP). Leaders in the wound care industry view participation in the CAP as a highly sought-after opportunity. It brings together AAWC leadership and key industry partners to collaborate on issues of paramount importance to the wound care field. As stakeholders with a common purpose of helping patients, the panel focuses on education and public awareness, with the ultimate goal of elevating standards of wound care practice worldwide.

Additionally, through AAWC's strong, dedicated Healthcare Public Policy Committee, sponsors receive unbiased wound care information, alerts and support on matters of US government and regulatory affairs.

The Association's 2016 sponsorship campaign is underway. There are three levels of financial support from which corporations can choose, and many benefits apply within each category. To learn more about the program, visit the AAWC website at  

For additional information and/or to become a sponsor, please contact AAWC Project Manager, Karen Strauss, at or 800.237.7285, extension 113.

ABOUT AAWC - AAWC is the leading, nonprofit membership organization in the US dedicated to interprofessional wound healing and tissue preservation. The Association's focus is on education, public policy, and the application of evidence-based wound care practice. AAWC offers membership and associated benefits to everyone involved in wound care, including clinicians and other healthcare professionals, patients, lay-caregivers, clinics/facilities, corporations, students, retirees, and advocates.


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