Editorial

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A rose by any other name ...

When Juliet Capulet turns to Romeo Montague and exclaims “that which we call a rose by any other word would smell as sweet”, she could well have been referring to the National Pressure Ulcer Advisory Panel (NPUAP)’s decision to amend its terminology from “pressure ulcer” to “pressure...

An onus on best-practice sharing

To coincide with this year’s European Wound Management Association(EWMA) conference in Amsterdam, we are very pleased that Wounds International and its sister publication Wounds UK are available once again as a tilt-and-turn ‘hybrid’ issue.

A wounds wish list for 2017

Some of us have had a long career in wound care, while some of you are new to the field. But whether we can have a long look back or a short one, we all have our individual hopes that specific areas in the world of wound care that we love improve over the course of the year. Here is my wish list...

Wounds — not just a hole in the patient

For the second successive year, Wounds International — the online, quarterly page-turning journal — and its sister publication Wounds UK,  have combined content  to form a special,  printed  ‘hybrid’ issue.  This will be available to delegates attending the European Wound Management...

Achieving excellence for all ages

Inspiration for the title of this year’s Wounds UK Annual Conference ‘Overcoming the challenges in delivering clinical excellence’, came from the notion that achieving high standards of care delivery in 2015 is often difficult. Clinicians report that the ever-increasing workload and lack of...

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