Wound Practice and Research

Volume 30 Number 2

Release Date June 2022  

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.

Guest editorial

Building a wound army: the importance of grass roots advocacy in driving systemic change   

Hayley Ryan and Helen Jentz

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The cost of venous leg ulcers in a Singapore tertiary hospital: an explorative study   

Fazila Aloweni, Thendral Uthaman, Nur L Agus, Tan W Xian, Sivagame Maniya, Ang S Yuh and Chong T Tec

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Length of stay and readmissions for people with diabetes-related foot ulceration admitted to two public tertiary referral hospitals in Australia   

Sarah M Manewell, Sarah J Aitken, Vanessa L Nube, Anna M Crawford, Maria I Constantino, Stephen M Twigg, Hylton B Menz, Cathie Sherrington and Serene S Paul

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Research

The effect of tea tree oil on wound healing in diabetic rats   

Yeliz Sürme, Gülsüm Nihal Çürük, Ayça Lekesizcan and Saim Özdamar

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Case series

A prospective single centre case series on the use of epidermal grafts and adjunct technologies to facilitate wound healing in a vascular surgical patient population   

Frank P Guerriero and Christopher L Delaney

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Case series

Portable negative pressure wound therapy (NPWT) is an effective therapy for hard-to-heal-wounds in the community: a case series   

Louise Webber, Wendy Cornish, Alison Cummins and Frances Rachel Henshaw

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Review

How generalist nurses inform their clinical decision-making in wound management: a scoping review   

Adeline S Vains and Kathleen Finlayson

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Review protocol

Risk factors for delayed healing or non-healing of venous leg ulcers in adults: a systematic review protocol   

Christina N Parker, Sandra Johnston, Ut Bui, Erica O’Donoghue, Bec Fletcher and Kathleen Finlayson

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WHAM evidence summary

Non-steroidal topical preparations for treatment of radiation dermatitis: a WHAM evidence summary   

Author Adj. Prof. Emily Haesler, PhD.

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Book review

Wound infection in clinical practice   

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