The Australian Wound Management Association holds a conference every alternate year and the New Zealand conference would be held in the intervening years.
What does AWMA stand for?
AWMA stands for Australian Wound Management Association
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- Austrian Wine Marketing Board
- Advanced Water Management Centre (University of Queensland, Australia)
- Agricultural Water Management Council (Sacramento, CA)
- Ancient World Mapping Center (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Clinical Studies for Use in Severe Burn Cases SYDNEY, Australia, April 16 /PRNewswire/ -- An experimental skin replacement technology, Composite Cultured Skin(TM) (CCS), is a promising treatment for children suffering from recessive dystrophic epidermolysis bullosa (RDEB), according to a study recently presented at the National Conference of the Australian Wound Management Association here.
About Wound Repair and Regeneration Wound Repair and Regeneration: The International Journal of Tissue Repair and Regeneration is the official publication of the Wound Healing Society, the European Tissue Repair Society, the Japanese Society for Wound Healing, and the Australian Wound Management Association.