We cooperate with
Escuela de formación e investigación en heridas
(School of education and research in wounds)
A teaching initiative of the Spanish National Pressure Ulcers and Chronic Wounds Advisory Panel (GNEAUPP).
Fundación Sergio Juan Jordan
For research and study of chronic wounds.
Open access scientific journal of the Spanish Society of Geriatric and Gerontological Nursing (SEEGG), the Spanish National Pressure Ulcers and Chronic Wounds Advisory Panel (GNEAUPP, and the Sergio Juan Jordán’s Foundation for the research and study of chronic wounds.
Grupo Nacional para el Estudio y Asesoramiento en Úlceras por Presión y Heridas Crónicas (Spanish National Pressure Ulcers and Chronic Wounds Advisory Panel) . First interdisciplinary society on chronic and other type of wounds in Spain, founded in 1994.
Hospital Universitari de la Santa Creu de Vic
Reference center in the care of socio-health patients and in the care of patients with chronic and hard to heal wounds. Located in Vic, province of Barcelona.
Lindasay Leg Club Foundation
The Lindasy Leg Club Foundation was created to relieve suffering from leg ulcers and associated conditions through the implementation of an award winning model that motivates and empowers patients to take ownership of their care, alleviate their suffering and reduce the stigma attached to their condition. It also seeks to further advance education in all aspects of leg health among sufferers, carers, the general public and the healthcare professions.
Collaborative network in training and technical support on topics related to orthopedics for pharmacists.
Interdisciplinary scientific society of wounds in Uruguay.
Ibero Latin American Society of Ulcers and Wounds (SILAHUE). An interdisciplinary society on ulcers and wounds founded in 2008.
TR2Lab is an inter-institutional research group in which researchers from the Universitat de Vic – Universitat Central de Catalunya, the University Hospital of Vic, and the University Hospital of the Santa Creu de Vic participate.
The TR2Lab is oriented to better understand the mechanisms of repair and regeneration of tissues, and its main area of expertise is the study of the healing processes of cutaneous wounds.
For the development of its activity, TR2Lab collaborates nationally and internationally with other national and international research groups, and has recently started a collaboration with SAPIENS-fhw Consultants.
Beyond the scientific objectives, the TR2Lab seeks to contribute to the development of the scientific skills of the care personnel working in the field of wound care and healing. Reason why it welcomes undergraduate and master students to develop their final projects. Likewise, there are several health professionals who do the doctoral thesis in the TR2Lab. This is possible because the TR2Lab offers an ideal environment to carry out stimulating research in a high quality and interdisciplinary environment.