Journal articlesAs the year draws to a close, conflicts abroad are pushing the boundaries of wound care

As the year draws to a close, conflicts abroad are pushing the boundaries of wound care

01/12/09 | Service delivery | John Timmons

Welcome to the Harrogate issue of Wounds UK, and as always, the journal is packed with articles from across the UK covering topics from pressure ulcers to fungal foot infections. Andy Roden writes about the problem of managing wounds in patients with drug dependence, a growing problem for all involved in wound care. Patricia Grocott and Natasha Campling tackle the ever present problem of making wound care product evaluations meaningful when dealing with complex wounds — these are just some of the articles that we hope you will find of interest in this issue.