We have published two significant pieces of work

Upton, D., & Upton, P. (2014). Psychology of wounds and wound care. New York: Springer.
This book contains a synthesis of the research exploring the psychological consequences of wounds and wound-care. In particular it looks at how well-being can be negatively influenced by wounds and what we can do to improve the situation.

Upton, D., Upton, P., Alexander, R (2016). The Well-being in Wounds Inventory (WOWI): Development of a valid and reliable measure of well-being in patients with wounds. Journal of Wound Care, 25 (3), 1-4.

A measure of well-being which allows clinicians and patients to review both the wound related problems and the potential resources available to the individual to deal with these

How best to access these resources can be found by clicking on the images above.
If you require more information on our publications then please see the Our Team page