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Appropriate methodologies in wound care research

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Appropriate methodologies in wound care research

David Chapman-Jones
21 March 2016

This article is based on a symposium held at the Wounds UK annual conference in Harrogate, UK, on 10 November 2015. The aim of the symposium was to define the current state of play in wound care research, and to discuss how we can combine traditional theories with practical evidence in order to use research in the most useful way.

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