WHIA is an exciting new company formed by the CRC and offers health care professionals and organsiations evidence based, accredited and industry recognised online learning, telehealth and organistaional audits. You can start learning online now from a range of advanced wound care topics.
Diabetic Foot Australia (DFA) has been established to end avoidable amputations, as a result of foot wounds, in a generation. You can get involved with DFA today by checking out their latest news, events and research.
The CRC has launched a national centre of wound excellence, Wound Innovations, which combines clinical services,
telehealth, education and research to deliver
optimal wound care. The Centre provides treatment facilities in Brisbane and a telehealth service nation-wide. Patients and health professionals can refer to the service.
The CRC is launching the nation's first credentialing system for clinicians practicing in the specialty area of wounds. Credentaling provides patient and organisational reassurance that a health professional has received the training and competence that is reflective of current best practice.
View our research and translation highlights, including innovative product development and clinical translation projects. Find out more about the Wound CRC's projects, activities, outcomes, publications, sign up for email updates and more.
The Australian Government's CRC Programme supports industry led end-user driven research collaborations to address the major challenges facing Australia. Australia’s network of CRCs operates across all sectors of Australia’s economy and society