What is WCHM Magazine? It is a free, online publication, now in its 10th anniversary year. WCHM is the only magazine to cover all topics under pressure: wound care, diving, and hyperbaric medicine. WCHM is published by Best Publishing Company and started as a paid subscription, print publication. As the online audience grew over the years, the magazine is now offered exclusively online. Thanks to an amazing group of sponsors this publication is now offered free to all wound care and hyperbaric medicine practitioners!
Editorial Content of the magazine includes articles on wound care, hyperbaric medicine, facility safety, quality control, billing and coding, legal issues, continuing medical education (CME). The magazine is published quarterly.
The Mission of the magazine is to be a fair, objective, nonpartisan, international publication dedicated to reporting and commenting on the current state of knowledge and advances in the science and technology encompassing wound care and hyperbaric oxygen therapy. We report on currently accepted and emerging clinical applications as well as the associated economic, social, and political issues and events that influence the administration, growth and development of our field.
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Jaclyn Mackey, Vice President
Lorraine Fico-White, Managing Editor
Lorie DeWorken, Design and Layout
Diving and hyperbaric medicine can be hazardous activities. Proper training and supervision are required to conduct any diving or hyperbaric evaluation. Experience is also an essential part of operating or supervising any diving or hyperbaric activity. Wound Care and Hyperbaric Medicine does not advocate the level of training or experience required to safely dive or operate hyperbaric equipment. We can only mention that they are absolutely necessary for any safe operation. There are minimum training guidelines established by organizations such as the Undersea & Hyperbaric Medical Society, the American College of Hyperbaric Medicine, and the National Board of Diving and Hyperbaric Medical Technology. Best Publishing Co. assumes no liability for an individual’s diving or hyperbaric actions. Each reader is responsible for the conduct of his or her own actions and should use this publication as a guideline, not as a sole source of information, when assessing a diving or hyperbaric situation. Opinions expressed in Wound Care and Hyperbaric Medicine are those of the authors and do not necessarily represent the opinions of Best Publishing Co. Best Publishing Co. is not responsible for unsolicited material including but not limited to advertisers, manuscripts, illustrations, and photos.
To reprint any article listed in this publication, contact Wound Care and Hyperbaric Medicine to receive written permission. Any reproduction of information contained herein is required to have proper attributions and credits to the author and this publication.
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