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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

General Questions

Q: What is the general format of Virtual Wound Rounds?

A: Each program is 90 minutes in length and will be presented on Thursday afternoons from 5:30 PM–7:00 PM ET. Attendees will be asked to use the Q&A feature for sending in any questions during the presentations. 

Frank Aviles Jr, PT, CWS, FACCWS, DAPWCA, and the creator of the Virtual Wound Rounds (VWR) concept serves as a moderator for the webinar series. For each program, Frank brings together an interdisciplinary panel of clinical specialists and seeks their individual expertise for diagnostic and treatment options around difficult wounds that they are seeing for the first time. 

Q: What is the program for Virtual Wound Rounds?

A: The Virtual Wound Rounds programs are designed to emulate a typical "rounding" process within a wound clinic in seeking the feedback of multiple specialists in ways to optimally treat and heal wounds. 

Q: What is the cost for Virtual Wound Rounds?

A: There is no cost to attend Virtual Wound Rounds.

Q: What kind of software is required to view the sessions and interact with the experts?

A: Virtual Wound Rounds is fully web-based so all you will need is a computer, tablet or smartphone, and an internet connection. Review the requirements for desktop browser and operating systems.

Q: Will I have access to these sessions on demand?

 A: If you are looking for a session that already occurred live, all recordings will be archived on the Wound Care Learning Network for complimentary on-demand access. Programs will be available for up to 12 months. 

Q. Can I receive credits for participating in Virtual Wound Rounds?

A: No. The Virtual Wound Rounds program is not an accredited program. We can provide a certificate of attendance by request. Please contact us by using the contact form on the website for this certificate.

Q: If I have a patient with a challenging wound, who do I contact for consideration to present their case during a Virtual Wounds Round program?

A: Please contact Kristen Membrino or Brian Hill and they will pass along this request to Frank Aviles for consideration. 

Q: How can a certified wound clinician apply to be a future expert panel member?

A: Please contact Kristen Membrino or Brian Hill and they will pass along this request to Frank Aviles for consideration. 

Q: How do I contact sponsors?

A: Please visit our sponsors page and click on the logo to visit their site. If you would like information from a certain sponsor, please use the contact form under "contact us" on the menu in the Virtual Wound Rounds website.

Q: Who do I contact to sponsor a future Virtual Wound Rounds program?

A: Please contact Kristen Membrino or Brian Hill