Wounds is the most widely read, peer-reviewed journal focusing on wound care and wound research. The information disseminated to readers includes valuable research and commentaries on tissue repair and regeneration, biology and biochemistry of wound healing, and clinical management of various wound etiologies. The multidisciplinary readership consists of dermatologists, general surgeons, plastic surgeons, vascular surgeons, internal medicine/family practitioners, podiatrists, gerontologists, researchers in industry or academia (PhDs), orthopedic surgeons, infectious disease physicians, nurse practitioners, and physician assistants. These practitioners must be well equipped to deal with a myriad of chronic wound conditions affecting their patients including vascular disease, diabetes, obesity, dermatological disorders, and more.
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Wound Management & Prevention features articles that have undergone a rigorous double-blind peer review by members of the Editorial Advisory Board. Sponsored columns are provided by manufacturers to elucidate the science behind their products and to offer evidence of their appropriate and successful use. Additionally, Wound Management & Prevention departments include Children With Wounds: Asking the Right Questions (case studies illustrating the latest neonatal and pediatric relevant to this clinical niche), My Scope of Practice (featuring a day-in-the-life of a peer-nominated clinician), Special Report (miscellaneous news of interest), and various opportunities for editorial insights and feedback. Material available exclusively online includes Industry Spotlight and several rotating columns addressing quality and safety, quick practice tips, and case studies.
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Today’s Wound Clinic provides practical, timely insight into clinical and operational issues inherent to the success of an outpatient wound center. Readers will benefit from the interactive nature of feature articles and regular departments that address medical and practice management options and perspectives affecting fiscal and, most importantly, patient outcomes of wound clinics. Articles from knowledgeable, experienced practitioners are invited and will be subject to Editorial Board review.
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Podiatry Today is an award-winning publication that emphasizes informative clinical features and columns, which include a focus on lower extremity wounds, particularly in the diabetic foot. The journal has an annual wound care theme issue, as well as a bimonthly Wound Care Q&A column featuring a discussion of wound-related topics by podiatric physicians.
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