WHASA History

Whasa: Lifetime Awards

The Wound Healing Association of Southern Africa thereby recognizes those who have achieved academic excellence and/or who have made significant practical contributions to the field of wound care within their communities.

In order to be eligible, candidates must have made an impact on the way wound care is practiced in Southern Africa

The goal of granting the award is to make the excellent work done by people working within the scope of wound care more widely known and to honor their labor and passion.

Criteria include academic excellence, social contribution, and WHASA membership

Award Of Excellence
San Gerryts
Petra Kahl
Liezl Naude
Frans Cronje
Gregory Weir
Hiske Smart
Magda Mulder

The achievement award is given to an individual who has made an outstanding contribution to the state of the art in wound care during the course of their life.

The Wound Healing Association of Southern Africa thereby recognizes those who have:

  • achieved academic excellence and/or who have
  • made significant practical contributions and
  • enhanced the field of wound care within their communities

In order to be eligible, candidates must have made an impact on the way wound care is practiced in Southern Africa

The goal of granting the award is to:

  • promote excellent work done by people working within the scope of wound care more widely and
  • to honor their labor and passion.
Criteria for the award

Academic excellence in wound care:

  • Research
  • Publications
  • Training of Wound Care Professionals

Social contribution:

  • Wound care clinics
  • Hands-on involvement in wound care at the grassroots level
  • Training of caregivers

WHASA membership:

  • Contribution on National and Regional levels
  • Active Leadership
  • Active Membership

 

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