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Do we understand health-related- quality-of-life outcomes?

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Do we understand health-related- quality-of-life outcomes?

Karen Ousey
10 May 2015

Last year I was afforded the opportunity of investigating Health Related Quality of Life (HRQoL) outcomes for patients with wounds, through a Florence Nightingale Travel Scholarship. Since my return from Australia, I have been thinking about how we identify and enhance HRQoL outcomes for the range of wound conditions that we see and treat in clinical practice.

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