Pressure Injury Prevention in Two Steps

When it comes to pressure injuries, prevention is the holy grail. Any wound that can be stopped before it starts

Research that Matters to the Patient

Science can often be described as a search for answers. The scientist who finds The Answer might even get to

Failings in the UK’s Current Wound Care System, Real Costs, and the NHS’s Plan to Overcome the Challenges

The focus in the UK’s wound care program is on patient comfort and healing, rather than cost/benefit analysis or financial

Fighting Germs to Heal Pressure Injuries

Anyone who has ever treated a patient with a pressure injury could tell you – the best medicine is always

The Value of a Question Mark

When it comes to a quality improvement projects, we tend to focus on what we know. We apply our knowledge

Wound Care Conference Highlights Latest Breakthroughs

Wound care is a hotbed of innovation. That’s the clear message delivered over two full days of lectures and presentations

A Clean Sweep in Wound Care

In the medical field, they say that “cleanliness is half of health.” That means that a clean environment and a

Fight Pressure Injuries with Good Nutrition

While “you are what you eat” may have some limitations, there’s no doubt that what you choose to put into

How to Evaluate a Quality Improvement Project at Your Facility

When it comes to healthcare, “an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.” Finding ways to reduce certain

The Role of Flap Surgery in the Correction of Pressure Injuries

When it comes to pressure injuries, surgical treatment is a last resort. The risks of complications are high – between