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Optimising wound care through patient engagement

Gulnaz Tariq, Jemell Geraghty, José Luis Lázaro Martínez, Kimberly LeBlanc, Sian Edney, Suzanne Kapp
9 September 2020

Patient engagement is a crucial and timely topic, both in terms of wound healing (and, in some cases, symptom management), and in improving individuals’ experiences of the process. This document aims to provide clear guidance in listening and engaging with individuals, and thus optimising the care experience for all key stakeholders, of which the patient is the most important. The document was developed with input from both healthcare professionals and individuals using healthcare services.

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