The wounds that time won't heal

April 2012
Nursing Review (1173-8014);APRIL, Vol. 12 Issue 12, p14
The article focuses on Wayne Naylor, president of New Zealand Wound Care Society. It explores Naylor's career in specialising wound care management and palliative care in New Zealand and Great Britain. Moreover, it mentions the efforts of Naylor in taking good care his cancer patients through holistic approach.


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