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Using the new T.I.M.E. Clinical Decision Support Tool to promote consistent holistic wound management and eliminate variation in practice: Part 3 at the West Park Healthcare Centre, Chronic Care and Rehabilitation Hospital, Canada

22 September 2019

This is the third in a series of articles that explores the use of a newly developed wound assessment and decision-making tool, the T.I.M.E. Clinical Decision Support Tool (CDST) (Moore et al, 2019) based on the wellestablished T.I.M.E. wound bed preparation framework (Schultz et al, 2003) in different countries and settings. A team of non-wound care specialist staff in a rehabilitation centre used the new T.I.M.E. CDST to help guide wound bed preparation, dressing selection and ongoing management of chronic wounds. Five case studies are presented here.

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