New wound care eLearning Portal for clinicians

Derma Sciences, Inc., a medical device and pharmaceutical company focused on advanced wound care, announces the launch of a new eLearning Portal to provide clinicians with valuable educational programs to ensure they are kept abreast of the latest information and product solutions in the Company's advanced wound care line. Available at, the eLearning Portal is a highly visible example of the Derma Sciences commitment to advanced wound care, and contains both new and aggregated content.

The eLearning Portal includes archived webinars to support educational needs on such topics as wound debridement, the use of MEDIHONEY® on stalled wounds and those with atypical etiologies, and the benefits of super absorbent polymer technology in moist wound dressings. New webinars will be added approximately every six weeks. The Portal also aggregates the considerable number of abstracts, articles and peer-reviewed clinical posters on MEDIHONEY®, as well as broadcast media coverage about the Company's products and extensive product literature available for download on MEDIHONEY®, XTRASORB®, ALGICELL® Ag and BIOGUARD®. Clinicians also can request product samples directly from the eLearning Portal.

According to Barry Wolfenson, Executive Vice President, Global Marketing and Business Development at Derma Sciences, "With the launch of our new eLearning Portal we are able to bring current and actionable information to clinicians who strive daily to deliver the highest quality care to patients with chronic wounds, burns and wounds at risk of infection. We will be adding content regularly, which will help our customers stay abreast of the many ways in which our innovative products are helping to advance the practice of wound care."


 Derma Sciences, Inc.


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