Engage an interdisciplinary audience of healthcare professionals that care for patients with problems related to acute or chronic wounds, skin integrity, ostomy, or incontinence.
As a result of an aging population, increased prevalence of diabetes and chronic wounds, and advancements in technology, the global wound care market is forecasted to grow from 10.34 Billion in 2018 to 14.89 Billion by 2026. At the same time, it's estimated that almost one-third of home health patients require treatment for wounds. Post-surgical wounds represent a significant cost burden on the healthcare system. For these reasons, it's more important than ever that an interdisciplinary team of healthcare professionals is educated and knowledgeable about current research, evidence-based practices, new products, and treatments.
The Lippincott Wound Care channel meets your need to marry your product’s message with cutting-edge, peer-reviewed content by combining the multichannel readers of two impactful journals:
Advances in Skin & Wound Care The International Journal for Prevention and Healing
Endorsed by the American Professional Wound Care Association (APWCA)