Putting patients first: Reducing the human and economic costs of wounds

@inproceedings{stephenHaynes2011PuttingPF,
  title={Putting patients first: Reducing the human and economic costs of wounds},
  author={Jackie stephen-Haynes and Alistair Bielby and Richard Searle},
  year={2011}
}
This article proposes a systematic, measured and disciplined approach to wound care in order to maximise efficiency and reconcile the apparently conflicting issues of dwindling resources and increasing demand for quality care. This integrated approach to wound care would use advanced wound care techniques and products in accordance with best practice guidelines and support appropriate use through a programme of education and training. The effectiveness of this approach in changing practice… CONTINUE READING

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