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I'm struggling with finding information for a question on wound management

The question is "Discuss 2 changes in wound management strategies which have occurred in the last 10 years"
Last Updated: Jan 17, 2018  |  5 Views

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There are a number of ways to search for current information on wound management.

1- The library has a number of books on wound care and management - search the TAFE catalogue at https://tafecat.tafensw.edu.au/tafecat using the keywords wound or wound care or wound management.

There are several books available online.
Explore EBSCO eBooks and search for Wound Management and Wound Care.

EBSCO eBooks- found at : http://huntertafe.libguides.com/ebooks  AND CLICK ON  EBOOKS COLLECTION (EBSCO)

You will need your TAFE Username/Password to log on to this database.

2- You can use our large collection of current professional journals to search for relevant and recent information on wound care and wound management . You will find these in the DATABASES  Section of our website.

Particularly recommended are :

ANZRC  and

CINAHL

You will find the link to both of these from this webpage:    http://huntertafe.libguides.com/az.php

Just click on the letters  A and C to be taken to these databases.
You will need your TAFE login to access these databases. You will find a large collection of journal articles, many of them for professional medical staff, which will assist you with your research.

 

 

 

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