Wound Practice and Research

Volume 29 Number 3

Release Date September 2021  

ISSN 2202-9729

Indexed and abstracted in Web of Science, CINAHL, Ebsco, InfoRMIT, ProQuest, EMCARE and Google Scholar. Calculated Impact Factor for 2020 is 2.487.

Editor(s) Allison Cowin

Editorial

Expanding horizons to upskill wound practice and research

Prof Allison J Cowin

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Hospital-acquired pressure injury prevention in people with a BMI of 30.0 or higher: a scoping review protocol

Victoria Marshall, Victoria Team and Carolina Weller

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Research

A survey of nurses’ wound assessment knowledge, attitude and competence in Nigeria

Helen N Obilor, Adeboye B Omolara and Odinaka B Ani

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Measurement of toe systolic pressures: a technique paper

Peta Tehan, Martin Fox and Joseph L Mill

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Clinical trial

Demographic and injury details of chemical burn patients at a burn centre in the southeastern Anatolia region of Turkey

Ebral Yiğit and Ilhan Taş

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Partnering with patients and the public as co-researchers in wounds research

Georgia A Tobiano, Jill L Campbell, Megan E Rattray and Wendy P Chaboyer

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Clinical perspective

Feasibility and acceptability of implementing a patient education pressure injury prevention care bundle in acute care: an interview study

Sharon L Latimer, Jodie L Deakin, Wendy P Chaboyer and Brigid M Gillespie

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Research priorities for acute wounds in adults in Australia: a scoping review protocol

Kylie Sandy-Hodgetts, Ut Bui, Fiona Coyer, Carolina Weller, Fiona Wood and Kathleen Finlayson

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WHAM evidence summary

Wound dressings for treating radiation dermatitis: a WHAM evidence summary

Emily Haesler

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