The goal of the TVS is to provide expertise in wound management and to help us achieve our goal, we have secured a close cooperation with several organisations, both in the UK and Europe.
Here is an overview of the TVS Cooperating Partners – click the links to find out more about these organisations:-
Elsevier – Journal of Tissue Viability – The JTV is the official publication of the Tissue Viability Society and has been published by Elsevier Ltd since January 2008. This journal, indexed in several electronic databases, covers all aspects of the growing field of Tissue Viability.
EPUAP European Pressure Ulcer Advisory Panel’s mission statement is to provide the relief of persons suffering from or at risk of pressure ulcers, in particular through research and the education of the public and by influencing pressure ulcer policy in all European countries towards an adequate patient centred and cost effective pressure ulcer care.
EWMA European Wound Management Association are initiated in cooperation with different national or international organisations, aiming at goals such as an increased data collection and quality of evidence, implementation of knowledge and development of education within wound management. Click here for access to the EWMA Journal Click here to access information on the EWMA 2019 Conference
The Infection Prevention Society (IPS) has a mission to inform promote and sustain expert infection prevention policy and practice in the pursuit of patient or service user and staff safety wherever care is delivered.
Leg Ulcer Forum provides a forum to advance the education of nurses and other healthcare professionals involved in the treatment of persons with leg ulcers and related conditions including wounds through discussion, debate and dissemination of relevant research findings.
Lindsay Leg Club Foundation has been created to relieve suffering from leg ulcers and associated conditions through the implementation of an award winning model that motivates and empowers patients to take ownership of their care, alleviate their suffering and reduce the stigma attached to their condition.
Mark Allen Publishing – The Journal of Wound Care has an impact factor and is MedLine listed and is the leading monthly international wound care journal. The JWC also publish for both EWMA and the WUWHS.
Woundcare4Heroes is a registered charity founded in June 2012. They aim to support and enhance the NHS in fulfilling complex wound management needs for veterans of our armed services who have been traumatically injured. They raise awareness amongst the veteran community of the support available via a single point of contact; they provide education and clinical support for healthcare practitioners, veterans’ families and carers; and they help veterans to access rapid referral to the right person, in the right place, at the right time.
Wound Care People – The Journal of Community Nurses (JCN) and Journal of General Practice Nursing (GPN) provide healthcare professionals with vital education for day-to-day practice, while the online learning zones help to develop knowledge in key areas of care.
Wounds UK is a wound care education company providing conferences, events, roadshows and journals in the fields of wound care and tissue viability.
World Union of Wound Healing Societies mission is to co-ordinate a world-wide exchange of information between wound societies and other relevant stakeholders, including international and global agencies as well as personal-level friendship exchanges.
If you would like to find out more about becoming a cooperating partner with the TVS, get in touch!