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Day in the life

Caroline Ratliff
24 August 2010

<p>Each issue of Wounds International features a typical day in the life of a different wound care clinician from around the world. This series looks at the variety of techniques that are required in different settings and asks clinicians about the type of conditions they work in, the types of wounds they see and the challenges that they face when providing wound care to patients. This issue features Catherine Ratliff, a Nurse Practitioner and Certified Wound Ostomy Continence Nurse at the University of Virginia Medical Center, 
Charlottesville, USA.</p>

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