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Royal College of Nursing (UK). The Management of Pressure Ulcers in Primary and Secondary Care: A Clinical Practice Guideline [Internet]. London: Royal College of Nursing (UK); 2005 Sep 22. (NICE Clinical Guidelines, No. 29.)

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The Management of Pressure Ulcers in Primary and Secondary Care: A Clinical Practice Guideline [Internet].

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Guideline Development Group membership and acknowledgements

Guideline Development Group

Mrs Sarah BazinChartered Society of Physiotherapy
Mr Malcolm BlanchPatient Representative, Carers UK
Ms Jane HamptonProfessional Development Nurse, Westminster Primary Care Trust
Mr Hugh HendersonRoyal College of Surgeons
Dr Jacqueline MorrisBritish Geriatric Society
Mr Mark O’BrienPaediatric Tissue Viability Nurse, Great Ormond Street NHS Trust. Tissue Viability Nurses Association.
Dr Alison Porter-ArmstrongCollege of Occupational Therapists
Julie StevensConsultant Tissue Viability Nurse, Hounslow Primary Care Trust and West Middlesex University Hospital NHS Trust. Tissue Viability Nurses Forum.
Adam ThomasPatient Representative, Royal Association of Disability and Rehabilitation
Dr Steve ThomasRoyal Pharmaceutical Society
Mrs Tracy VernonTissue Viability Lead Nurse, Doncaster and Bassetlaw NHS Trust
Dr Paul Yerrell (GDG Lead)Senior Research Fellow, Oxford Brookes University
Dr Ian BullockActing Director, National Collaborating Centre Nursing and Supporting Care (NCC-NSC) and Senior Research and Development Fellow, Quality Improvement Programme, RCN Institute
Prof Debra BickProfessor and Chair Midwifery and Women’s Health, Thames Valley University; formerly Senior Research and Development Fellow, Quality Improvement Programme, RCN Institute
Mr Will GrayResearch and Development Fellow, Quality Improvement Programme, RCN Institute (Project Lead)
Miss Helen WeatherlyHealth Economist, University of York
Mrs Kate MissoInformation Scientist, University of York
Mr Rayhan RashidGuidelines Administrator, Quality Improvement Programme, RCN Institute

Acknowledgements

Additional support was received from:

Jo Rycroft-Malone (RCN Institute) especially on consensus methods development. Lisa Askie (UK Cochrane) who assisted with updating systematic reviews. Special thanks to the Cochrane Wounds group at the University of York for providing advice and support in conducting the updates of the systematic reviews, in particular Sally Bell-Syer, Nicky Cullum and Andrea Nelson. We also thank Julie Glanville for conducting the update searches for this Guideline.

Copyright © 2005, Royal College of Nursing.
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