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Cost effectiveness of community leg ulcer clinicsSensitivity of tools used may explain difference in results between studies

BMJ 1998; 317 doi: https://doi.org/10.1136/bmj.317.7167.1254q (Published 31 October 1998) Cite this as: BMJ 1998;317:1254

Cost effectiveness of community leg ulcer clinics

Owing to an editorial error during processing a letter by Franks and Moffat that had been published on 14 March 1998 was used again as the penultimate letter in this cluster (17 October 1998:1079-81). The correct letter is published below.

Sensitivity of tools used may explain difference in results between studies

  1. Peter J Franks, Co-director.,
  2. Christine J Moffatt, Professor of nursing.
  1. Centre for Research and Implementation of Clinical Practice, Thames Valley University, Wolfson Institute of Health Sciences, London W5 2BS

    EDITOR— Morrell et al presented evidence from a randomised trial that supported the use of community clinics in patients being treated for chronic leg ulceration.1After the success of the Riverside project2 we have helped several community trusts to …

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