Aims and scope

Wound Practice and Research is a world leading journal addressing wounds, wound healing and tissue repair. It particularly focuses on how these issues are addressed in Australia and New Zealand, the rest of the Asia Pacific region, Africa and South America.  The primary aim of the journal is to reduce the burden of wounds on those in this region through improved knowledge and practices. The journal focuses on publishing high quality pre-clinical and clinical research, translational research, clinical practice and policies that impact upon the burden of wounds.

The scope of publications in the journal covers:

·      Case studies and case series

·      Original research on

o   Molecular and cellular processes

o   Clinical practice

o   Wound healing technologies including dressings

o   Wound prevalence and incidence

o   The cost and burden of wounds

o   Policies and practices

·      Translating research and knowledge into practice

·      Clinical practice guidelines

·      Reviews of

o   Research

o   Practice

·      Commentaries and Editorials

·      Updates on recent research from other sources

·      Reviews of publications and electronic media relevant to wounds and tissue repair