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Reducing unwarranted variation in chronic wound care

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Reducing unwarranted variation in chronic wound care

Kathryn Evans, Susanne Coleman, Una Adderley
3 April 2018

For some years, the UK tissue viability community has been concerned about the quality of chronic wound care. A recent health economic paper (Guest et al, 2015) has prompted a health policy shift around the care of chronic wounds. This article is the first in a series outlining how NHS England is addressing the need to improve chronic wound care.

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