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Creed Medical

Creed Medical Ltd

At CreedMed we undertake to support manufacturers to ensure they meet market requirements in a transparent and ethical way. We will help ensure long term sustainable growth and reduce risk, appointing the wrong partner can damage a companies reputation and have serious financial consequences.

Educational Publications


British Journal of Community Nursing

British Journal of Community Nursing is the UK's leading peer-reviewed journal for district nurses, containing the most up-to-date clinical coverage and research on primary care nursing. It will help Nurses manage complex cases more effectively, improve case management skills and help gain an understanding of the modern NHS system and how any changes affect you.


World Union of Wound Healing Societies (WUWHS)

Aims to improve wound care standards for patients, health care professional performance and to facilitate universal access in all health care systems. Educate all health care professionals in interdisciplinary team approaches that deliver best practices for improved patient outcomes, and to disseminate the educational and training toolkits created in practical, relevant and adaptable formats to meet local needs. Appraise and to organise the evidence base to facilitate best practices to optimise patient care. To accomplish this mission requires either large-scale randomised clinical trials, or multi-cantered prospective database accumulation efforts. Coordinate a worldwide exchange of information between wound societies and other relevant stakeholders, including international and global agencies as well as personal-level friendship exchanges.


Journal of Community Nursing

Since 1978 the Journal of Community Nursing (JCN) has been providing education, information and training to community nurses within the UK, and globally, including areas such as continence care, wound care, skin care, chronic conditions.

Journal of Wound Care

Journal of Wound Care

JWC is essential reading for wound care professionals who are serious about providing the best possible support for the people in their care, and those who want to keep on top of the latest thinking and research. An excellent resource if you want to keep up with the latest clinical developments and improve your knowledge and skills in all areas of wound care practice.

Wounds UK

Wounds UK (WUK)

Wounds Group is a major international healthcare communications business with a global reach in wound management. Their mission is to deliver innovative educational materials, online, in print and in person that successfully meet the needs of those practising wound healing across different geographies. With extensive experience in the field of wound healing, WUK provide high-quality independent medical education using multiple platforms. Their aim is to support practitioners by providing insight into latest developments and condensing the available evidence into concise and practice-based guidance for everyday wound management. WoundsGroup has a strong heritage in working in partnership with practitioners and industry to help close the gaps in healthcare provision and strengthen professional skills and knowledge for improved patient care.

International Wound Journal

International Wound Journal

International Wound Journal is a multi-professional forum providing the best quality information, research data and education on all aspects of wounds and wound healing. The Journal is edited by Professor Keith Harding and Dr Douglas Queen and the Journal is publishing 6 issues per year.

Diabetic Foot Journal

The Diabetic Foot Journal‚Äč

Published quarterly, The Diabetic Foot Journal is THE peer-reviewed publication journal for healthcare professionals involved in the care of the diabetic foot. The Diabetic Foot Journal provides a unified educational and communication vehicle for all healthcare professionals who are involved in the management of the diabetic foot. Working with these professionals, the journal brings the reader the most topical, practical and relevant content available in the field.


European Wound Management Association (EWMA)

Activities 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.


Society for Advanced Wound Care (SAWC) - Network

Was developed to help wound care clinicians better navigate and provide easier access to educational content by keeping them under a single website. This site features the leading wound care tradeshows SAWC Spring/WHS and SAWC Fall, wound care CME/CE programs, SAWC On-Demand, as well as other educational material. Resource Center. Explore various other wound care related resources affiliated with SAWC Network. Wound Care Products. Check out the latest product information for wound care clinicians and their patients.