At the Tissue Viability Society (TVS) we’ve served the wound care community for over 39 years.
The Tissue Viability Society started as a regional group in 1979, becoming a national society in 1981 and gained its charitable status in the mid 1990s. Today it is an independent registered charity run by a body of Trustees. It promotes best practice and supports clinical care through education and training, supporting innovation and research, and influencing the national wounds agenda throughout the UK.
WHAT WE DO
The charity is working to improve the lives of patients living with a wound or at risk of developing a wound.
The TVS has established and continues to support the Wounds Research Network (WReN), as well as helping to reshape care together with Legs Matter, who are a coalition of health care organisations that have come together to make sure that anyone with a lower leg or foot problem understands their condition and receives the urgent care, attention and support they need.
HOW YOU CAN HELP
At the Tissue Viability Society it takes a lot of support from corporate sponsors and partners to achieve our mission and that’s where you come in!
Why not show your support to our cause by choosing us for your next personal/team challenge? Whether you are running a marathon, giving up chocolate for a year or walking the 3 Peaks, you can consider donating/fundraising to help us achieve our Mission!
WHAT TO DO NEXT?
Email email@example.com to make any comments/suggestions or indeed if you have a personal message for one of our Trustees