HAROLD L. JOHNSON
MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP
Charles Spencer, DPT
Named Recipient of Inaugural
Harold L. Johnson Memorial Scholarship









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Daniel Hallman, DPM
Is a military veteran and  third-year Podiatric Resident. Dr. Hallman objectives is to become a Certified Wound Specialist through ABWM. He aspires to become wound certified because podiatrists see a lot of wounds ranging from diabetes, trauma, and surgical. He is dedicated to to his profession and treating his patients and is equally committed to wound care. ABWM and its certifying boards are a crucial step for me to accomplish my career goals. 


 
The Harold L. Johnson Memorial Scholarship is given to health care providers who need financial support to earn wound certification through the American Board of Wound Management (ABWM), as a Certified Wound Case Associate (CWCA®), Certified Wound Specialist (CWS®) or Certified Wound Specialist Physician (CWSP®). Candidates for this scholarship must demonstrate the highest character and the desire to serve others through a history of volunteerism. Preference will be given to those who have served honorably in the Armed Forces.
 
For additional information on The Harold L. Johnson Memorial Scholarship including eligibility and application process please visit 
www.abwmfoundation.org .
 
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About the Save A Leg, Save A Life Foundation
The Save A Leg, Save A Life Foundation is a 501c3 non-profit organization whose mission is: "To Reduce the Number of Lower Extremity Amputations and Improve the Quality of Life of our Fellow Citizens Who are Afflicted with Wounds and Complications from Diabetes and Peripheral Arterial Disease" We will accomplish these goals by using advanced evidence-based methods, by educating health care practitioners and patients, through community outreach, philanthropy and patient advocacy. For more information on the Save A Leg, Save A LifeFoundation please visit 
www.TheSALSAL.org
 
About the ABWM Foundation
The ABWM Foundation is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit foundation. It supports the work of the American Board of Wound Management (ABWM) for the advancement of wound care, the promotion of certification for providers of chronic and acute wounds, and the benefit of the public by developing and providing quality education and conducting sound research to support and promote wound care. For more information on the ABWM Foundation please visit 
www.abwmfoundation.org .

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