Save 20% on the monthly, international wound care journal
Journal of Wound Care (JWC) is the peer-reviewed, international wound care title, publishing the latest research and clinical expertise for practitioners. PubMed-listed with an Impact Factor, it is an official partner of the European Wound Management Association (EWMA) and the World Union of Wound Healing Societies (WUWHS) – testament to its quality and relevance worldwide.
Published monthly, and with more than 14,000 pages of content in our online archive, the range of information JWC offers is unmatched anywhere. The journal supports the educational development of wound care professionals by providing a trusted evidence base to inform advanced knowledge and skills.
Why choose us?
Quality - articles are peer-reviewed and based on the best available evidence
Quantity - with 3,000+ articles, JWC is the world's leading source of wound care information
Comprehensive - extensive coverage on everything from biofilm and burns to pressure ulcers
Relevant - JWC is written by your fellow professionals, and designed for its application to practice
Use code WOUNDS20 to save 20% on your preferred subscription option. Offer ends 07 August 2020.
Please note that if you are based outside of the UK, shipping will apply to print subscriptions.
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