Sponsors of World Wide Wounds
This section gives details on the sponsors of World Wide Wounds.
Last updated: September 2002
World Wide Wounds is supported by four major companies:
Mölnlycke Health Care
Smith & Nephew
Each sponsor is offered the following:
Up to two advertorials a year which will be included in the News section of World Wide Wounds
Propose one topic focus per year for an article (not product specific) to be commissioned and published in the journal
Up to three datacards produced or updated with links from the home page. In addition, all datacards will have hyperlinks from the card to the sponsoring company's homepage or other chosen sites.
Company logo on the home page
Our aim is to provide healthcare practitioners throughout the world with free access to high quality, peer-reviewed information on the prevention and management of wounds of all types. The support from our sponsors is vital in achieving this aim and in extending the activities and scope of the journal.
Anyone interested in sponsoring World Wide Wounds should contact Suzie Calne on +44 (0) 1223 847114, email email@example.com.
"Congratulations on a fine wound care web site!"
"With so many products on the market it's good to be able to access further knowledge re wound dressings."
"Very good and educational."
"It is useful to have a site with up to date information."
"Your web site is by far the most informative I have yet to find. This is from a third-year undergraduate that surfs the net regularly."
"Very concise and informative."
"World Wide Wounds is my first line of research when I have a question regarding to wound care. It is fast, convenient and well referenced. Staying up-to-date is now so much easier for me than a year ago. I recommend this site to my students and co-workers all the time. Good luck with continuing this web site."
"As a home care nurse I have used your web site as
a centre for both new information and product reviews. I don't
always have the time or access to the published journals - World Wide
Wounds is a convenient and functional source of good information to
help community based health services to better serve this population."