Search
Close this search box.

PPP Specialist Series

Going further for wound care

PPP’s wound care series examines the impact of chronic wounds on patients, professionals and systems in the health and social care services. It aims to explore the unmet needs in wound care, break down silos between the frontline and leadership, and help transforming the delivery of wound care.  

Wound Care Programme 2024

The UK is grappling with the rising burden of chronic wounds. Wound care represents the third-highest expense for the NHS, after cancer and diabetes. As of 2021, it costs the NHS £8.3 billion per year. 

Key themes of our 2024 programme will address: 

  • Innovation, prevention and inequalities
  • Wound care case studies delivered by ICS senior leaders
  • Commissioning wound care effectively and leadership
  • Pharmacy and the role of medicines professionals in wound care
  • Integrating wound care and breaking down silos
  • Workforce and harm 

The PPP Wound Care Programme will include virtual, invitation-only roundtables, with an insights report produced for each roundtable featuring health system case studies and capturing findings and recommendations. The programme will culminate in a large scale, in-person conference on 2nd December 2024 which will include panel discussions, debates, networking and more. We will end the programme with the launch of the PPP 2024 Wound Care insights. 

Read about our Wound Care Conference 2023, and what our attendees, sponsors and speakers thought about our 2023 Wound Care programme of roundtables, conference and reports here. 

For more information on PPP’s Wound Care Programme 2024, contact Ameneh Saatchi –  ameneh.saatchi@publicpolicyprojects.com 

If you have lived experience of wound management, and would like to contribute to this PPP programme, please contact Bhawna Kanwal –  bhawna.kanwal@publicpolicyprojects.com 

Programme Partners:

Upcoming events 2024

Wound Care Programme 2024

All PPP events are free for the Public Sector including NHS Organisations, Local Authorities, academics, researchers, not-for-profit and third sector providers and charitable sectors.  A limited number of Private Sector Tickets (suppliers) are available at £499.99 per ticket.

No event found!

Related content:

Be a PPP Partner for Wound Care 2024

Various levels of Partner opportunities exist for our 2024 programme, and we are proud to announce Coloplast and Molynlycke as our first Leadership sponsors for the Wound Care 2024 round tables.

Find out more about the benefits of being a PPP Partner.  For more information on specific Partner opportunities for PPP’s Wound Care Programme 2024, contact Ameneh Saatchi on ameneh.saatchi@publicpolicyprojects.com.

Geraldine Harkins, Wound Care Vice President, North Europe Region at Coloplast: We are delighted to be working collaboratively with PPP on their ‘Going Further for Wound Healing’ programme as we believe that to support the best of care and outcomes for patients, that industry, the NHS and Public Policy makers need to work closely to constantly aim to improve how wound care is being delivered and to aim consistently for fast, efficient and effective healing outcomes.”

Coloplast is also our first Leadership sponsor and Molnlycke is our first partnership sponsor for the Wound Care 2024 conference.

Mölnlycke: “Our mission is to free patients, caregivers and healthcare systems from the burden of wounds, therefore partnering with PPP on the ‘Going Further for Wound Healing’ programme is a natural extension of this aim. The programme has brought together a comprehensive group of representatives involved in wound care, as well as political stakeholders; and has raised valuable discussion points on how to drive change to improve outcomes for the estimated 3.8 million people in the UK living with a wound.”

Scroll to Top