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Meghann Taft-Lockard

Editorial Correspondence

Today's Wound Clinic
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December 2018

Volume 12 Issue 12
Can Digital Technology Improve Clinical Trial Success? Updated Diabetes App Focuses on Patients & Care Management HIMSS Submits Comments on IT Burden Strategy
Elliot T. Walters, MD & Patricia Stevenson, MSN, ACNS-BC, CWS |
Editor’s Note: This is the first in a series of articles on biofilm that will publish in Today’s Wound Clinic.
Joe Darrah |
It was early 1880, and Theodore “Teddy” Roosevelt Jr. was attending Harvard University, nearing the completion of his senior year. His impending graduation would soon give way to a lengthy political career that would culminate in his serving as the…
Kathleen D. Schaum, MS |
Information regarding coding, coverage, and payment is provided as a service to our readers. Every effort has been made to ensure information accuracy. However, HMP Communications and the authors do not represent, guarantee, or warranty that coding…
With this new series, Today’s Wound Clinic offers wound care case studies directly from outpatient centers. Each entry will share the patient’s history, factors affecting healing, wound assessment, interventions, and overall findings. The goal is to…
Suneel Dhand, MD |
A smarter patient is a safer patient. Wound care physicians can and should choose their words with patients carefully.
Caroline E. Fife, MD, FAAFP, CWS, FUHM |
In 1787, Catherine II (also known as Catherine the Great), a Russian Tsarina, set out on a tour of Crimea, an area Russia had annexed from the Ottoman Empire. The area had been devastated by the Crimean War and was a mess. Grigory Potemkin, governor…
Don Stephens, Esq. |
The decision of whether to settle or defend a malpractice action depends on a variety of factors, some of which are outside the clinician’s control. This article offers guidance for wound care providers to consider when faced with potential…
Today’s Wound Clinic offers this checklist as a resource for new and long-standing outpatient wound care clinics to refer to when addressing various safety parameters.
Allen Raphael, DPM |
For patients who live an active lifestyle, regaining function can be just as important as healing a chronic wound. This article shares a recent case involving a female patient with a complicated DFU whose quality of life was severely in question
Lynette J. Adams, PhD & Caroline J. Schmidt, PhD |
Unintentional stereotyping is not uncommon among healthcare providers, according to current research. How can wound clinic staff identify and rid themselves of potential biases to improve patient care and employee relations?
With this retrospective, we take a look back at another year of publishing for Today’s Wound Clinic journal.
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