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Writing a wound care case study

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Writing a wound care case study

Clare Morris
19 March 2015

Writing case reports can be a daunting task for the uninitiated, however, once the structure is understood, it can be a straightforward and rewarding process. The aim of writing a wound care case study is to clearly present the treatment and healing process of a specific case. It can, therefore, help serve as a guideline for the treatment of similar wounds in the future. By producing a case report to a high standard, clinicians’ skills can be boosted as a result of shared best practice.

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