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Preserving best practice: the origins of education in wound care

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Preserving best practice: the origins of education in wound care

Edward White
22 March 2018

The documentation of treatment modalities and wound care practices is, to modern eyes, an integral part of the delivery and ​continuation of medical care – the importance of which is scarcely given a second thought. The wealth and accessibility of published evidence is staggering, and the majority of the various compendia of wound care text books remain highly relevant and oft-consulted. Education is rightly put on a pedestal, and the popularity of documents such as the Wounds UK Made Easy series are testament to the growing thirst for knowledge and best practice guidelines within the wound care community.

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