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5 Outdated Wound Care Practices: Do You Still Use These?

December 4, 2020
In a recent survey, we asked our WoundSource Editorial Advisory Board members what outdated wound care practices they continue to see in the field. Depending on what health care setting clinicians wor...

6 Ideas for Virtual Wound Care Education

January 21, 2021
By Holly M. Hovan, MSN, GERO-BC, APRN, CWOCN-AP The third Thursday in November is a highly recognized day within many hospital systems and wound care programs. This day is recognized nationally as ...

A Wound Clinician's Guide: Anatomy and Physiology of the Skin

March 17, 2022
To understand the concepts of a wound and wound healing, we must examine the skin and its pathophysiology, as well as its unique structures and functions. Skin care and wound management must be ground...

Ballistic Wounds: Battlefield Healing History

December 1, 2023
Ballistic wounds are those attributed to trauma from firearms. Worldwide, these injuries resulted in approximately 270,000 deaths in 2016 alone....

How AI Could Impact Medical Education

September 5, 2023
In this interview, Kyle Wu, MBA, MD and Ozgur Guler, PhD discuss the ways AI can help providers educate themselves, such as through large language models and gamification....

How Mental Illness Affects Wound Care and What Are the Solutions

May 13, 2022
May is Mental Health Awareness Month and with the staggering statistics of one in four adults living with mental illness, I immediately was motivated to write a personal blog. I previously shared my s...

Making Practice Connections With Mentorship

December 1, 2022
According to a recent MGMA Stat poll, 60% of health care organizations offer an onboarding/mentorship program for new health care professionals. This process involves the transfer of knowledge from 1 ...

Merry Mistletoe: Healing Value Beyond the Holiday Season

December 20, 2022
As the holiday season approaches, bundles of mistletoe will no doubt appear in many homes across the world. This popular holiday decoration, with its green leaves and white berries dangling from doorw...

Nature of Wound Healing: Lessons from 17th Century

February 9, 2024
Healing chronic wounds is a challenging endeavor, even in modern times where wound care professionals can harmonize key factors to achieve an optimal wound environment for recovery. In earlier centuri...
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