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Gottrup F, Apelqvist J, Price P, European Wound Management Association Patient Outcome Group., et al.
Journal of wound care. Date of publication 2010 Jun 1;volume 19(6):237-68.
1. J Wound Care. 2010 Jun;19(6):237-68. Outcomes in controlled and comparative studies on non-healing wounds: recommendations to improve the quality of evidence in wound management. Gottrup F(1), Apelqvist J, Price P; European Wound Management Association Patient Outcome Group. Author information: (1)Bispebjerg University Hospital, Copenhagen, Denmark. While there is a consensus that clinical practice should be evidence based, this can be difficult to achieve due to confusion about the value of the various approaches to wound management. To address this, the European Wound Management Association (EWMA) set up a Patient Outcome Group whose remit was to produce recommendations on clinical data collection in wound care. This document, produced by the group and disseminated by JWC, identifies criteria for producing rigorous outcomes in both randomised controlled trials and clinical studies, and describes how to ensure studies are consistent and reproducible. DOI: 10.12968/jowc.2010.19.6.48471 PMID: 20551864 [Indexed for MEDLINE]
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An Introduction to Evidence-based Practice in Wound Care