Resources

The Institute has been instrumental in producing a number of internationally acknowledged documents such as the review and extension of the TIME framework as well as publications in the International Wound Journal, Journal of Wound Care, Wounds International and other relevant journal. Other available resources include a curriculum outline on wound infection and several reviews and commentaries. The following resources focus on the latest evidence, research and education in wound infection prevention management. These are free to download and use in practice.

This update provides an opportunity to explore contemporary advances in wound infection knowledge and practice. Since 2008, scientific and clinical understanding of chronic wound infection has developed significantly. This update is also available as a translation in both Chinese and Latin American Spanish.

A presentation by Associate Professor Geoff Sussman on antimicrobial resistence.

Geoff Sussman, Terry Swanson, Joyce Black et al write in Wounds International 2014;5(4)

A presentation by Terry Swanson, Jenny Hurlow, Greg Schultz and Jacqui Fletcher.

David Keast, Terry Swanson et al write in Wounds International 2014;5(3).

David Keast, Terry Swanson, Keryln Carville, et al write in Wounds International 2014;5(2)

Terry Swanson, Lorraine Grothier and Greg Schultz provide an update on recognising and managing wound infection in different wound types. Published on Wounds International

The long-awaited update on the TIME principles in wound bed preparation, available in EnglishFrench and Spanish. This has had significant exposure and is referenced in leading documents and journal articles internationally since its publication.

Critical questions on wound infection, focusing on microbiology, answered by Professor Prashini Moodley.

An international consensus, now available in ChineseEnglishFrenchGermanItalianJapanese and Spanish.

A list of useful articles.

An introduction to the IWII, published in 2008 at the World Union of Wound Healing Societies, Toronto

An excellent guide, courtesy of Ostomy Wound Management.