Journal of Wound Management – July Issue out now

The July 2024 issue of the Journal of Wound Management presents seven new articles on wound management from around the world. In her editorial, journal editor Georgina Gethin raises a worry about predatory journals and emphasises that the Journal of Wound Management meets the standards of open science:⁠ “Predatory journals are a threat to all […]

Journal of Wound Management accepted to Scopus

We proudly announce that the Journal of Wound Management (JWM) has been accepted into Scopus – one of the world’s largest and most significant abstract and citation databases for peer-reviewed literature! Scopus is an essential tool for researchers and academics as it provides access to a wide range of information and enables extensive citation analysis.Being indexed […]

New EWMA Document released: Negative Pressure Wound Therapy: An Update

We are excited to announce the release of our newest EWMA Document, “Negative Pressure Wound Therapy: An Update for Clinicans and Outpatient Care Givers”. This publication presents an overview of the newest developments in negative pressure wound therapy. Key features: Guidance based on the newest evidence and clinical practice in negative pressurewound therapy (NPWT) Highlighting […]

Journal of Wound Management – April Issue out now

The April 2024 issue of the Journal of Wound Management presents eight new articles on collaborative and sustainable wound care from authors all over the world.  Journal Editor Georgina Gethin writes in her editorial:⁠“This year marks the 34th EWMA conference which will undoubtedly be bigger and more advanced than ever before. This year’s theme is: […]

New EWMA Document released: Holistic Management of Wound-Related Pain

We are thrilled to announce the release of our newest EWMA Document, “Holistic Management of Wound-Related Pain”. This publication presents an overview of the evidence and recommendations for clinical practice and provides comprehensive guidance on essential elements crucial for effectively managing wound pain. Key features:   Thank you to Editor Samantha Holloway (UK) and the […]

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