International Wound Journal

Cover image for Vol. 13 Issue 6

Edited By: Keith Harding and Douglas Queen

Impact Factor: 2.594

ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2015: 13/61 (Dermatology); 50/199 (Surgery)

Online ISSN: 1742-481X

WI 2011 Conference Delegate Papers

The International Wound Journal is dedicated to improving the standards of care for patients and of professional practice internationally. The following papers are free online and have been specifically selected for Wounds International Conference delegates to meet their education and practice needs. Click on the article title for full, free online access. The narrated presentation given by the Journal Editors during the event is also available free online here.

Alexander, S. J. (2010), An intense and unforgettable experience: the lived experience of malignant wounds from the perspectives of patients, caregivers and nurses. International Wound Journal, 7: 456–465.

Adejumo, P. O. and Ingwu, J. A. (2010), Nurses' use of water-filled gloves in preventing heel pressure ulcer in the University College Hospital, Ibadan, Nigeria. International Wound Journal, 7: 472–479

Atiyeh, B. S., Dibo, S. A. and Hayek, S. N. (2009), Wound cleansing, topical antiseptics and wound healing. International Wound Journal, 6: 420–430.

Sibanda, M., Sibanda, E. and Jönsson, K. (2009), A prospective evaluation of lower extremity ulcers in a Zimbabwean population. International Wound Journal, 6: 361–366.

Ekpebegh, C. O., Iwuala, S. O., Fasanmade, O. A., Ogbera, A. O., Igumbor, E. and Ohwovoriole, A. E. (2009), Diabetes foot ulceration in a Nigerian hospital: in-hospital mortality in relation to the presenting demographic, clinical and laboratory features. International Wound Journal, 6: 381–385.