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Chronic wounds and wound healing

Chronic wounds, such as leg and pressure ulcerations, are strongly associated with age and cardiovascular risk factors, and can have a devastating effect on people’s quality of life. Treating these conditions is also a huge drain on the NHS, and currently accounts for up to 4% of its budget. 

It’s hardly surprising then, that reducing pressure ulcers is a key government target and measured as a quality indicator. At the Skin Integrity Research Centre, we’re developing novel compression systems to improve patient care, carrying out clinical studies on the use of new treatments and providing the evidence to improve wound-healing services.       

Research that makes an impact

Informing funding decisions for chronic wound care 

Exploring the prevalence, impact and cost of wound care to provide commissioning groups with the evidence to improve service delivery.

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Meet our researchers

Professor Christine Moffatt

Christine has been involved in wound-healing research and practice for 30 years. 

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PhD opportunities

Discover the latest opportunities for PhD research in the field of skin integrity

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The Centre for Health Innovation Leadership and Learning (CHILL)

 

 

Skin Integrity

The University of Nottingham
Queen's Medical Centre
Nottingham, NG7 2HA


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email: judith.tanner@nottingham.ac.uk