The next step in the Wound Care Expert/ FDA –Clinical Endpoint Project
Our Patients Have Spoken!
Announcing the results of the WEF-CEP Patient Survey
In a collaborative effort between the WHS, AAWC, and the FDA, the WEF-CEP goal is to identify clinically meaningful, evidence-based wound care endpoints for research and new product approvals. We have completed a survey of the professional wound care community that included 628 participants. The results, which identified 15 top-rated patient-centered and/or clinical endpoints, have been published in Wound Repair and Regeneration (March 2017). An additional publication presenting the research that supports these endpoints was recently accepted by WRR.
The next step was to survey the patient community. Through the efforts of many members in the WHS and AAWC we are proud to announce that we had a robust response and are now able to add the patient voice to our endpoint project.
WEF-CEP: Improving Clinical Trials and Patient Outcomes in Wound Care
View Synopsis of the Project
We are grateful to the following clinics that have provided the survey to their patients as of 1/16/2018
- Restorix Wound clinics
- Adventist Health Lodi Memorial Wound Treatment, Lodi, CA
- Beverly Hospital Wound Care Center, Montebello, CA
- El Paso Specialty Hospital Hyperbaric and Wound Healing Center, El Paso, TX
- Gerald Champion Advanced Wound Care, Alamogordo, NM
- Kindred Dallas Wound Care & Hyperbaric Medicine, Dallas, TX
- Kindred Fort Worth Wound Care & Hyperbaric Medicine, Fort Worth, TX
- Loma Linda Wound Care, Murrieta, CA
- Northwestern University, Chicago, IL
- South Shore Health System Center for Wound Healing, Weymouth, MA
- Trauma, Surgery, Burn & Wound Clinic, University of Missouri Hospital, Columbia, MO