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Probst S DClinPrac, RN, Seppänen S MNsc, RN, Gerber V, Hopkins A MSc, RGN, DN Cert, Rimdeika R MD, PhD, Gethin G PhD, PG Dip Wound Care, RCN, Dip Anatomy, Dip Applied Physiology, FFNMRCSI, et al.
Journal of wound care. Date of publication 2014 May 1;volume 23 Suppl 5a():S1-S41.
1. J Wound Care. 2014 May;23 Suppl 5a:S1-S41. doi: 10.12968/jowc.2014.23.Sup5a.S1. EWMA Document: Home Care-Wound Care: Overview, Challenges and Perspectives. Probst S DClinPrac, RN, Seppänen S MNsc, RN, Gerber V, Hopkins A MSc, RGN, DN Cert, Rimdeika R MD, PhD, Gethin G PhD, PG Dip Wound Care, RCN, Dip Anatomy, Dip Applied Physiology, FFNMRCSI. This document provides an overview of the main approaches to the organisation of wound care within homecare settings across Europe with case exemplars from England, Germany and the Nordic Countries. By identifying possible barriers to best practice wound care in home care settings and uncovering the preconditions needed to provide safe and high quality care for wound patients and support for their families, the authors provide a list of minimum recommendations for the treatment of patients with wounds in their own homes. DOI: 10.12968/jowc.2014.23.Sup5a.S1 PMID: 25192441
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