Journal of Wound Management July Issue Out Now

The latest issue of JWM brings five new scientific papers on wound care, including NPWT, biofilms, pyoderma gangrenosum, antibiotics and diabetic foot ulcers. In this issue you will also find a complete compilation of accepted abstracts from the EWMA 2023 Conference. And last but not least, the EWMA Document on Lower Leg Ulcer Diagnosis & Treatment is a supplement to this issue.

The latest issue of JWM brings five new scientific papers on wound care, including NPWT, biofilms, pyoderma gangrenosum, antibiotics and diabetic foot ulcers.

In this issue you will also find a complete compilation of accepted abstracts from the EWMA 2023 Conference. And last but not least, the EWMA Document on Lower Leg Ulcer Diagnosis & Treatment is a supplement to this issue.

Editor Georgina Gethin writes in her editorial:

“There is a continued need to keep the issue of lower limb ulceration to the fore of policy development, education and resource allocation. Patients should be assessed early by clinicians educated in such assessment; treatment should be initiated at the earliest point possible and healing outcomes recorded.

Including the patient perspective is central to understanding the means through which we can improve practice and outcomes. Patients know what works; they know what is acceptable and they are the ones who benefit or suffer based on the standard of care they receive. We owe it to our patients to continue to advocate for them and maintain current services and develop new ones. This document will help us to do so.”

You can find it all free to access and download here.

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