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Multidisciplinary working and forming partnerships are key to improving patient outcomes

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Multidisciplinary working and forming partnerships are key to improving patient outcomes

Harikrishna KR Nair
10 July 2019

Wound management has evolved by leaps and bounds. What started off as wound medicine, whereby medication was applied on the wound bed, has evolved to wound care and wound healing, whereby the holistic care of the patient suffering with wounds are taken into account. The multidisciplinary approach has also been propagated in the wound world or in ‘Woundology’ as coined by Professor Keith Harding. Interestingly, the first Woundology award was given to Professor Harding in 2013 during the International Wound Conference held in Malaysia.

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