Future proofing wound care research and its dissemination (Editorial)

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Patton, Declan
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2022
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Hello everyone ! This is my first editorial for the Journal of Tissue Viability since succeeding Professor Dan Bader. At the outset my goal is to continue the outstanding Editorial job that Professor Bader delivered over the years, continuing to drive the dissemination of high quality evidence for wound care clinicians and scientists. This editorial is timely as this year International Stop the Pressure Day is on Thursday the 17th November. There are still too many people developing pressure ulcers across all care settings and age groups. Early identification and ramping up skin care interventions is the only way to drive the numbers down and enhance patient safety. The importance of stopping pressure ulcers through evidence based risk assessment is as important as ever and we have dedicated our first virtual edition of the Journal to this, here is the link,

https://www.sciencedirect.com/journal/journal-of-tissue-viability/special-issue/106B3MH59ZT.

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Journal of Tissue Viability
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31
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4
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Clinical sciences
Allied health and rehabilitation science
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Dermatology
Nursing
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Patton, D, Future proofing wound care research and its dissemination (Editorial), Journal of Tissue Viability, 2022, 31 (4), pp. 564
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