Tissue viability: the QIPP challenge

June 2011

RICHARD SHORNEY and Dr KAREN OUSEY discuss how the specialty of tissue viability can align with the ideals of the quality agenda. They argue that investment in tissue viability leads to improvements in quality, reduced hospital admissions and significant savings.

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