Hamad Medical Corporation, Doha, Qatar

Foot ulcers: vascular and diabetis

The Middle East Academy of Wound Technology will be held at the Hamad Medical Corporation on the 9th and 10th of December 2010. Increasingly, as new technologies and products enter the field, the treatment of wounds becomes more efficien t an d successful . However, without proper usage and application of these technologies, these benefits are lost.

The two day course is aimed to provide each participant a practical understanding of the correct handling of technologies relevant in surgical and non-surgical wound healing, both in theory and in practice in surgical conditions.

Hamad Medical Corporation

Each participant will have the opportunity to practice and will be supported by our high qualified trainers.

The course will promote current and emerging technologies. The technologies will be demonstrated in regards to its specific optimal mode of use.

Variations of the mode of use may exist, and these variants will be detailed. Each device/technology will be demonstrated via a video link just before the real hands-on workshop.

Expert monitors will evaluate the performance of the participants and help him/her to achieve a better understanding of possible technical pitfalls. Interactions with the expert monitors are encouraged.

The rest of the program includes additional didactic presentations and clinical case studies.


MEAWT December 9-10
$50 for Nurses
$100 for Doctors
— including coffee breaks & lunches
For additional information, please contact:
+33 6 37 00 46 86


Scientific Committee

Luc Téot
MD, PhD, Hôpital Lapeyronie, Montpellier, France
Khaled Abuhadra
H. Al-Basti
H. Besheia
Sami Otman
Marco Romanelli
MD, PhD, Board certified, Consultant Dermatologist at the Department of Dermatology, University of Pisa