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Journal Journal of Wound Care

Aim & Scope

Journal of Wound Care (JWC) is the definitive wound-care journal and the leading source of up-to-date research and clinical information on everything related to tissue viability. The journal was first launched in 1992 and aimed at catering to the needs of the multidisciplinary team. Published monthly, the journal’s international audience includes nurses, doctors and researchers specialising in wound management and tissue viability, as well as generalists wishing to enhance their practice. In addition to cutting edge and state-of-the-art research and practice articles, JWC also covers topics related to wound-care management, education and novel therapies, as well as JWC cases supplements, a supplement dedicated solely to case reports and case series in wound care. All articles are rigorously peer-reviewed by a panel of international experts, comprised of clinicians, nurses and researchers. Specifically, JWC publishes: High quality evidence on all aspects of wound care, including leg ulcers, pressure ulcers, the diabetic foot, burns, surgical wounds, wound infection and more; The latest developments and innovations in wound care through both preclinical and preliminary clinical trials of potential new treatments worldwide; In-depth prospective studies of new treatment applications, as well as high-level research evidence on existing treatments; Clinical case studies providing information on how to deal with complex wounds; Comprehensive literature reviews on current concepts and practice, including cost-effectiveness; Updates on the activities of wound care societies around the world. [1]

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Reflections on the 2024 CAMPs Summit

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Journal of Wound Care , 2024 - VOLUME 33, SUPPLEMENT 5 , p S3.

10.12968/jowc.2024.33.sup5.s3

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Wound care practices following in-office cutaneous surgery among family physicians in Canada

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Journal of Wound Care , 2024 - VOLUME 33, SUPPLEMENT 5 , pp S14-S21.

10.12968/jowc.2024.33.sup5.s14

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Management of post-Mohs surgical wounds with a hypothermically stored amniotic membrane: a case series

D Kapp , L Pfendler

Journal of Wound Care , 2024 - VOLUME 33, SUPPLEMENT 5 , pp S22-S27.

10.12968/jowc.2024.33.sup5.s22

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