Malaysia Bid for the 7th World Wound Healing Congress 23-27 September 2026 at Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre


3rd – 5th December 2021


8.00 am – 5.00 pm

Registration is from 7 am – 8 am


Sunway Pyramid Hotel, Selangor, Malaysia

Wound Wars May The Cure Be With You


This landmark event which will be held in Kuala Lumpur aims to bring reputable authorities in the field of wound care under one roof. The objective is to discuss and collaborate on recent scientific findings in the hope of improving the management of complex and chronic wounds.


  • Wound Masterclass
  • Young Investigator Award
  • Diabetic Foot Workshop
  • Limb Salvage Symposiums
  • Certificate in Clinical Wound Care Symposium


Dear friends and family, I am ecstatic that I have the pleasure and honour to invite you all to grace the 10th International Conference organised by the Malaysian Society of Wound Care Professionals which is the International Surgical Wound Complication Advisory Panel and the 3rd Global Wound Conference 2020 held in the Sunway Pyramid Convention Centere, Bandar Sunway, Selangor. The conference will be held from the 4th to the 6th of December 2020. The theme this year is quite exciting which is ‘Wound Wars: May the Cure be with you’

As health care and wound care professionals we battle with chronic complex wounds everyday of our life and we hope that we have the solution to all their problems especially to save the Limb and the life. Therefore, this theme is great in addressing that and I hope that you will be able to share your experiences and get sufficient information and input as well as good networking so that our patients who are the clients can be managed holistically and comprehensively to prevent or minimise complications.

This year we will also have the privilege of hosting the ISWCAP here in Malaysia as this is a major problem with surgical wounds. ISWCAP will be launched in March in Abu Dhabi during the World Union of Wound Healing Societies conference 2020. The international best practice document will also be launched then. This best practice document was made during the ISWCAP meeting held in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia during the 16th APDLP and 2nd Global Conference last year. I sincerely hope that all of you will be able to gain valuable knowledge regarding wound management and strengthen the camaraderie amongst ourselves. Thank you.

Take care and God bless.

Dr. Harikrishna K. R. Nair SIS, KMN

  • Chairman of the Organising Committee
  • President Elect of Asia Pacific Association of Diabetic Limb Problems
  • President of the Malaysian Society of Wound Care Professionals (MSWCP)


Malaysian Society of Wound Care Professionals


Ministry of Health, Malaysia


World Union of Wound Healing Societies

Asian Wound Care Association

Asian Academy of Wound Technology

Meet in Malaysia, BE Greater Together.

Wounds Asia

Malaysia Convention & Exhibition Bureau

Wounds International

Chinese Tissue Repair Society (CTRS)

Asean Wound Council

Indian Society of Wound Management

Indonesian Wound Care Clinician Association

Burn & Wound Healing Association (Thailand)

Asian Wound Care Association

Maldives Association of Surgeons

Philippines Wound Care Society

Taiwan Society For Wound Care

Journal of Wound Care

Wound Group


Early Bird Price (Ends 5th December 2021)

MSWCP Members

RM 750

Per Person

Allied Health

RM 750

Per Person


RM 800

Per Person

Foreign Members

USD 200

Per Person

Foreign Delegates

USD 250

Per Person

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