HONORARY PROFESSOR

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Prof. Ellie Lindsay

OBE, FQNI BSc (Hons), RN, DN, CPNP, CPT, DipHE

Honorary Professor at The College of Phlebology
Independent Specialist Practitioner
Associate Lecturer (CRICP), London
Visiting Fellow, Queensland University of Technology, QLD
Visiting Senior Fellow, University of Suffolk, UK

Short Biography

 In 1995 Ellie introduced the concept of a social leg ulcer clinic, ‘Leg Club’, to address the holistic needs of her patients. Her work has since been widely disseminated through publications and international conference presentations. She left the National Health Service to become an Independent Specialist Practitioner and Clinical Consultant in December 2002.  In January 2003, she was appointed Associate Lecturer (CRICP, Thames Valley University, London) and, in December 2003, Visiting Fellow, Queensland University of Technology.  She subsequently established The Lindsay Leg Club Foundation, a registered charity, in September 2005 and in recognition for her work was made Life President in 2009. In October 2022 she was appointed Visiting Senior Fellow, University of Suffolk.
 She has won a myriad of awards throughout her career, including the 2001 British Journal of Nursing Award for Clinical Practice, the Nursing Standard Nurse 2003 (Wound Care) Award, the 2007 British Journal of Nursing Award for Health Promotion, and the 2007 Wounds UK Award for Innovation in Patient Care. Most recently The British Journal of Nursing Lifetime Achievement, Order of the British Empire (OBE) in the Queen’s Birthday Honours for services to nursing, conferred a Fellow of the Queen’s Nursing Institute (FQNI), The Arias Medical Foundation Scientific Institute of Higher Education and honoured by the International Society of Paediatric Woundcare (ISPeW) receiving an Education Award for Excellence in Wound Care. In March 2022 Ellie received the World Union of Wound Healing Societies (WUWHS) Lifetime Achievement Award for her “exceptional and consistent dedication to the global challenge of improving outcomes for those with lower limb conditions. She is a patient advocate through education, creation of networks, giving persons with leg wounds a voice and an integral part of the activities of the WUWHS”.

In October 2022 Professor Lindsay was awarded an Honorary Professorship at The College of Phlebology for her work in Social Epidemiology.

Professional Profile

Introduced the concept of a social leg ulcer clinic, ‘Leg Club’ in 1995 to address the holistic needs of her patients. Her work has since been widely disseminated through publications and international conference presentations. Left the National Health Service to become an Independent Specialist Practitioner and Clinical Consultant in December 2002.  In January 2003, was appointed Associate Lecturer (CRICP, Thames Valley University, London) and, in December 2003, Visiting Fellow, Queensland University of Technology.  Subsequently established The Lindsay Leg Club Foundation, a registered charity, in September 2005 and in recognition for her work was made Life President in 2009.

Published more than 100 articles, predominantly concerning the Leg Club Model, advocacy and patient empowerment, for such periodicals as the British Journal of Community Nursing, Primary Intention, Wounds UK, the Journal of Wound Care and Nursing Standard, and is a frequent contributor to Wound Care Journals. 

Prior to the global pandemic was regularly invited to speak at UK and international conferences and study days and has received multiple awards for the psychosocial Leg Club model for lower limb care.

2022 Honorary Professorship at The College of Phlebology for her work in Social Epidemiology
2022 World Union of Wound Healing Societies (WUWHS) Lifetime Achievement Award
2019 Urgo Foundation Scholarship Award
2018 Education Award for Excellence in Wound care and International Society of Paediatric Woundcare (ISPeW) honorary board member
2018 The Arias Medical Foundation and The Scientific Institute of Higher Education, Mexico Award for Excellence
2015 Nursing Times finalist, category The Prince of Wales Award for Integrated Approaches to Care
2015 Order of the British Empire (OBE) in the Queen's Birthday Honours for services to nursing
2015 Journal of Wound Care Patient Wellbeing Award, Second Place: Dominic Upton, Penney Upton and the Leg Club Foundation
2012 British Journal of Nursing Clinical Practice Awards, Highly Commended, category Innovation
2011 British Journal of Nursing Lifetime Achievement Award
2011 British Journal of Nursing Clinical Practice Awards, Highly Commended, category Innovation
2011 Health Investors Award finalist, category Third Sector
2010 Wounds UK Award Highly Commended, category Innovation in Exudate Management
2009 Wounds UK Award Highly Commended, category Innovation in Patient Care
2009 Health Investors Award finalist, category Third Sector
2008 Health Investors Award finalist, category Third Sector
2007 British Journal of Nursing Clinical Practice Awards 2nd runner-up (highly commended), category Wound Care
2007 British Journal of Nursing Clinical Practice Awards Winner, category Health Promotion
2007 Wounds UK Award Winner, category Innovation in Patient Care.
2006 British Journal of Nursing Clinical Practice Awards 2nd runner-up (highly commended), Clinical and Support Nursing Award
2003 Nursing Standard Nurse 
2003 Awards Winner, Wound Care Category
2003 British Journal of Nursing Clinical Practice Awards 2nd runner-up (highly commended), Compression Therapy Category
2001 British Journal of Nursing Clinical Practice Awards Winner, Compression Therapy Category
2000 Professional Nurse 'Nurse of the Year' Finalist, Wound Care Category
1998 European Wound Care Conference on Advances in Wound Management, Harrogate, UK Winning poster presentation. Commended for work that "encapsulates the true meaning of the theme of the conference - Patient-centred wound care"

Ellie’s goal has been to put leg ulcers and associated conditions onto the healthcare agenda by seeking support from influencing decision makers (e.g. NICE, The Circulation Foundation, iLegx, Parliamentary groups, Healthcare Commissioners and industry). She has been working in partnership with members of the public, Expert Patient groups, Department of Health policy developers, NHS managers and Healthcare professionals with an aim to raise awareness of preventative management of all aspects of lower limb related problems. Promoting good practice by forging relationships with nursing and professional organisations / societies, patient and industry groups, she regularly attends the All-Party Parliamentary Groups (APPG) and Medical Technology Group meetings (MTG), representing the Leg Club Members (patient) group and is currently on the MTG Editorial board.
The opportunity to travel has provided a foundation to share and promote best practice, and over the years the collaboration with QUT has included teaching and sharing clinical experience with her colleagues in Australia.

  • Lifetime President & Trustee. The Lindsay Leg Club Foundation
  • Independent Clinical Consultant and Specialist Practitioner
  • Chairman of the World Union of Wound Healing Societies (WUWHS) Task Force for Patients Advocacy
  • Fellow of the Queen’s Nursing Institute (FQNI)
  • Patron: Restoration of Appearance and Function Trust (RAFT)
  • Editorial board member (Medical Technology Group & Wounds UK)
  • Chair of the Leg Club Industry Partnership (LCIP)
  • Trustee board member of the International Society of Paediatric Woundcare (ISPeW)
  • Involvement at a national level with the Legs Matter Campaign and strategy for leg ulcer management and the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Vascular and Venous Disease
  • NHS England’s National Wound Care Strategy Programme Strategy Team: clinical workforce stream for lower limb management
  • Member of the international vWIN Foundation: Food for Veins – Veins for Food humanitarian & educational online project developer
  • Vein Week 2022 public health awareness project developer
  • vWIN Foundation 2021 & 2022 Faculty member (International Vein Week programme)
  • Honorary Professor at The College of Phlebology

Bachelor of Science (Hons) Nursing Studies
Registered Nurse
District Nurse (incorporating ENB 998 Teaching and Assessing)
Community Practice Teacher / Specialist Practitioner
Community Practitioner Nurse Prescriber
Diploma Higher Education, Professional Nursing Studies
English National Board 998 Teaching and Assessing
English National Board N18 Leg Ulcer Management
English National Board 934 Care and Management of Persons with HIV and AIDS
English National Board 955 Care of the Violent or Potentially Violent Individual
NAPP Palliative Care Course

2022 Oct Honorary Professor at The College of Phlebology
2022 Sept Visiting Senior Fellow, University of Suffolk
2019 Nov Board Member International Society of Paediatric Wound Care (ISPeW)
2019 June Fellow of the Queen’s Nursing Institute (FQNI)
2019 Jan vWIN Foundation Faculty member (World Health vWin vein week events)
2016 Sept College of Phlebology Faculty member
2015 Sept Chairman of the WUWHS Scientific Committee for Patient Advocacy
2007 Jan Medical Technology Group editorial board
2005 Nov Wounds UK editorial board
2003 Dec Visiting Fellow, Queensland University of Technology
2003 Jan Associate Lecturer (CRICP, Thames Valley University, London)

  • Lindsay.E, (2022) The continuous evolution of a person-centred charity. Wounds UK Vol 18| No 2 | 2022
  • Lindsay. E, Seckham. A, (2022) Lindsay Leg Club launches in USA. JCN 2022, Vol 36 (5)
  • Lindsay. E, (2022) Elimination of government restrictions and its impact within Leg Clubs® Community Wound Care June 2022
  • Lindsay. E, (2022) Intergenerational friendship in our modern day society.Wounds UK | Vol 18 | No 1 | 2022.
  • Lindsay, E. and Galazka, A. M. (2021) The importance of compassionate communication in pediatric practice: Lessons from the whole person approach to wound care and management in the UK. In: Ciprandi, G. ed. Neonatal and pediatric wound care. Torino: Edizioni Minerva Medica, pp. 510-19 (chapter 37).
  • Lindsay. E, (2021). The significance of social media in a post-pandemic world.Community Wound Care December 2021
  • Lindsay. E, (2021). The benefits of multidisciplinary and multiagency affiliations. Wounds UK | Vol 17 | No 4 | 2021.
  • Lindsay. E, (2021) Time to change: the importance of public health education on lower limb care. British Journal of Nursing 2021, Vol 30, No 20: Tissue Viability.
  • Lindsay. E, (2021) Transforming wound management during a global pandemic: a collective approach to opening the first Italian Leg Club in Pisa. Journal of wound care |Vol 30, No 9 | September 2021
  • Lindsay E. & Lobley. J. (2021) Leg Clubs, exercise and Mr Motivator. JCN 2021, Vol 35 (4)
  • Lindsay. E, (2021) The role of medical technology in supported shared care Community Wound Care June 2021
  • Lindsay E. & Lobley. J. (2021) Improving venous- lymphatic awareness. JCN 2021, Vol 35 (2)
  • Lindsay E. (2021) Is the COVID-19 vaccine a road to liberation? Wounds UK | Vol 17 | No 1 | 2021
  • Lindsay E. (2021) Addressing social isolation and its impact on wound healing. Haava 24(1), 8–12
  • Lindsay. E, (2021) Keeping positive during a pandemic. Journal of General Practice Nursing (GPN)Vol 6, No 4
  • Lindsay. E, (2021) Keeping positive during a pandemic. JCN 2020 34(6)
  • McIntyre N, Galazka AM, Lindsay E, Bawden R, Renyi R. (2020) A relational database within the Leg Club Network: an audit. Int Wound J. 2020;1–9. https://doi.org/10. 1111/iwj.13522
  • Lindsay. E, (2020) Management of service change and culture in a new era! Community Wound Care. December 2020
  • Young. T, James. L, Cornish. L, Duffy. N, Lindsay. E, (2020) Should pressure ulcer prevention be part of end of life care? Wounds UK | Vol 16 | No 3 | 2020
  • Lindsay. E, Bawden. R, McIntyre. N. (2020) Quality Impact Assessment on a Sample Group of Leg Clubs®. The Lindsay Leg Club Foundation, Ipswich, UK
  • Lindsay. E, (2020) Prejudice of enforced lockdown and its impact on the older person. JCN 2020 34(4)
  • Lindsay. E, (2020) Loneliness: a new phenomenon in our modern-day society? Wounds UK | Vol 16 | No 2 | 2020
  • Lindsay. E, (2020) Is there a need for expansion of public health knowledge relating to lower limb and foot care? Wounds UK | Vol 16 | No 3 | 2020
  • Lindsay. E, (2020) Are we an ageist society? Wounds UK | Vol 16 | No 1 | 2020
  • Lindsay. E, (2020) Management of time: reflection and positivity! British Journal of Community Wound Care. March 2020
  • Lindsay. E, (2020) Celebrating a collaborative-care approach within the Leg Club network. Wounds UK | Vol 16 | No 1 | 2020
  • Lindsay. E, (2019) Valued impact of seniors working alongside clinicians in the Lindsay Leg Club network. British Journal of Community Wound Care. December 2019
  • Lindsay. E, 2019, Addressing some misconceptions about the Leg Club® Model. Wounds UK | Vol 15 | No 5 | 2019
  • Lindsay. E, 2019. Enhancing quality of life for individuals living with a PICC line in situ. JCN 2019 33(5)
  • Lindsay. E, Whiteley. M, (2019) Safe, time-saving, cost-effective ABPI measurement with automated machines. Wounds UK | Vol 15 | No 3| 2019
  • Lindsay. E, 2019) Diabetic foot ulcers, the Legs Matter Campaign and much more! British Journal of Community Wound Care. June 2019
  • Lindsay. E, Whiteley. M, (2019) Having a voice and raising the profile of lower limb healthcare. British Journal of Community Wound Care. March 2019
  • Lindsay, E, (2019) Attending the 2019 vWINter meeting: an informal and informative experience. Wounds UK | Vol 15 | No 51| 2019
  • Lindsay. E, (2018) Monitoring service quality: Lindsay Leg Club member satisfaction survey. Community Wound Care. December 2018
  • Baxter. L. Lindsay. E, Mechen. C, (2018) Improving wellbeing and quality of life using motivational interviewing. Wounds UK | Vol 14 | No 5 | 2018
  • Lindsay. E, (2018) Health education and person-centred partnerships in an ageing society. Wounds UK | Vol 14 | No 5 | 2018
  • Lindsay. E, (2018) The importance of social interaction: a therapeutic journey Wounds UK |Vol14| No4 |2018
  • Lindsay. E, (2018) Do we promote advocacy on behalf of our patients? British Journal of Community Nursing. 2018, Vol 27, No 18
  • Lindsay. E, (2018) Patient-centred care: a call to action for wound management. EPUAP conference proceedings handbook
  • Lindsay. E, (2018) Importance of attending conferences: being aware of what is happening around you. British Journal of Community Nursing 2018
  • Lindsay. E, Whiteley. M, (2018) A partnership approach: helping patients with leg ulcers and varicose veins. Wounds UK |Vol14| No3 |2018
  • Lindsay. E, (2018) A day in the life of the Leg Club: the importance of informatics. Wounds UK | Vol 14 | No 1 | 2018
  • Lindsay. E, (2018) Reflection: navigation for continuous improvement. British Journal of Community Nursing, 23 (Sup3), pp. S40–S41
  • Lindsay E, Renyi R, Bowden R et al (2018) The Role of Socials Models of Care in Wound Management. The Lindsay Leg Club Foundation, Ipswich, UK
  • Lindsay. E, (2017) Advocacy in wound management: myth or reality? Wounds UK | Vol 13 | No 4 | 2017
  • Lindsay. E, (2017) The importance of team working in wound management. British Journal of Community Nursing.
  • Lindsay. E,, Renyi. R, Wilie .P, Valle. F, White.W, Madia.V, Edwards. H & Foster. D,(2017). Patient-centred care: a call to action for wound management. WUWHS symposium patient advocacy
  • Lindsay. E, Renyi. R et al (2017) Patient-centred care: a call to action for wound management. Journal of Wound Care | Vol 26 No 11| 662-677
  • Lindsay. E, 2017. Leg Clubs: A cost-effective social prescribing approach to lower limb management. Wound Central, Vol 1. No 2
  • Lazarus. G ,e t al (2016) Clinical interventions for venous leg ulcers: Proposals to improve the quality of clinical leg ulcer research. Wound Repair and Regeneration (24) 767–774
  • White .R, Lindsay. E, Fletcher. J et al (2016). Leg ulcer care: should we be washing legs and taking time for effective skin care? Wounds UK| Vol 12 No 1| 2016
  • Lindsay. E,, Renyi. R, (2016). Patient centred care – a call to action for wound management. Symposium abstract; 5th World Union of Wound Healing Societies.
  • Tilbrook, Helen, et al. "Aspirin for Venous Ulcers: Randomised Trial (AVURT): study protocol for a randomised controlled trial." Trials 16.1 (2015): 1-9.
  • Lindsay. E, (2016) Leg Club update: past, present and future. Wounds UK| Vol 12 No 1| 2016
  • Lindsay. E, (2016). Proud to support the Inaugural JWC WUWHS Awards. British Journal of Community Nursing. 21. S50-S51.
  • Lindsay. E, (2015) How I got Leg Club up and running. British Journal of Nursing, 2015 (Tissue Viability Supplement), Vol 24, No 15
  • Lindsay. E, (2015) Building new relationships: at home and worldwide. Wounds UK | Vol 11 | No 2 | 2015
  • Lindsay. E, (2015) Lindsay Leg Club Foundation. BJCN Society Update
  • Lindsay. E, (2014) Leg Club Foundation, BJCN Society update. 56 (CWCS March), 49 (CWCS Sept), 41 (CWCS Dec).
  • Lindsay. E, (2014). Who’s in charge? Towards a revolution in patient engagement in wound care. Wounds UK | Vol 10 | No 1 | 2014
  • Dye. J, & Lindsay. E, (2014) From Secondary Intent to Accelerated Regenerative Healing: Emergence of the Biointelligent Scaffold Therapeutic Strategy. Conference: Journal of Wound Care Technology Forum.
  • Lindsay. E, Vowden. P.& Vowden. K (2013) Does the anatomical position of the motorcyclist impact venous return? Wounds UK 9 (3): 46-50
  • Lindsay. E, (2013) Changing policy and practice to empower older people living with chronic wounds. Symposium abstract; The 20th IAGG World Congress of Gerontology and Geriatrics, Korea
  • Lindsay. E, Vowden. P. Vowden. K & Megson. J (2013) Motorcycle ride position, venous return and symptoms of chronic venous insufficiency. EWMA Journal 2013 Vol 13 No 1 (35 -36)
  • Lindsay E, Renyi R, & Bawden R, (2013) Assessment of wellbeing within the Leg Club network. Poster abstract; Tissue Viability Society, UK
  • Lindsay E, Vowden. K & Vowden. P (2012) Motorcycle ride position, venous return and symptoms of chronic venous insufficiency. Poster abstract; 4th World Union of Wound Healing Societies, Japan
  • Lindsay E,Vowden. K & Vowden.P (2012) Motorcycle ride position, venous return and symptoms of chronic venous insufficiency. Poster abstract; European Wound Management Association, Vienne
  • Lindsay E,V owden .K & Vowden. P (2012) Motorcycle ride position, venous return and symptoms of chronic venous insufficiency. Poster abstract; Tissue Viability Society, UK
  • Lindsay E, (2012) My Experience of Clinical Care. Wounds UK, Vol 8, (3), pp12-14
  • Dye. J, Lindsay. E, (2012) Wound healing research: two Charities one voice! Poster abstract; Wounds UK
  • Dye. J, Lindsay. E, (2012) Wound healing research: two Charities one voice! Poster abstract; Tissue Viability
  • Dye. J, Lindsay. E, (2012) Wound healing research: two Charities one voice! Poster abstract; European Wound Management Association
  • Lindsay E, Tyndale-Biscoe J (2011) Leg Clubs and the Big Society. Br J Community Nurs, Vol. 16, Iss. 4, pp 200 – 202
  • Lindsay E, Tyndale-Biscoe J (2011) Leg Clubs: helping nurses improve patient outcomes. Br J Community Nurs, 7, pp 348-349
  • Lindsay E (2011) The Lindsay Leg Club Foundation has agreed a charity partnership with RAFT. Br J Community Nurs, Vol. 16, Iss. 6, pp 302
  • Lindsay E (2011) Nursing Life, Nursing Times, Vol 107, No 15, p28
  • Shuter P, Finlayson K, Edwards H, Courtney M, Herbert C & Lindsay E (2011)
  • Leg Clubs- Beyond the ulcers: Case studies based on participatory action research. Wound Practice & Research, Vol 19 (1) p16 – 20
  • Lindsay E (2010) Leg Clubs: a clinical and cost effective approach to lower limb management. Br J Community Nurs, 15 (6 Suppl): 16 - 23 (Jun 2010)
  • Lindsay E (2010) The Lindsay Leg Club Foundation update. Br J Community Nurs, Vol. 15, Iss. 9 Suppl, pp S47
  • Lindsay E (2010) Entrepreneurial Clinicians and Industry: A Collaborative Approach To Exudate Management. Poster abstract: Wounds UK
  • Lindsay E (2010) Leg Clubs: Taking Care Into The Community. Poster abstract: UBUNTU - Wound Healing Conference, Cape Town, South Africa
  • Lindsay E (2010) Living with Hereditary Neuropathy: Charcot-Marie-Tooth Syndrome. Poster abstract: UBUNTU - Wound Healing Conference, Cape Town, South Africa
  • Lindsay E (2010) An interview with Ellie Lindsay Br J Community Nurs. Vol. 15, Iss. 12 Suppl, pp 22 - 23
  • Edwards, Helen, Courtney, Mary, Finlayson, Kathleen, Shuter, Patricia and Lindsay, Ellie (2009) A randomised controlled trial of a community nursing intervention: improved quality of life and healing for clients with chronic leg ulcers. Journal of Clinical Nursing, 18. pp. 1541-1549
  • Lindsay E (2009) Career profile - founder of the Lindsay Leg Club Foundation. Independent Nurse, November 2009
  • Lindsay E (2009) A review of the Lindsay Leg Club Foundation: 2008 and beyond. Wounds UK 5 (1): 103
  • Lindsay E (2008) Healthy legs for life: a biker’s guide. British Motorcyclists Federation (Enterprise) Ltd 4 (39): 49-51
  • Lindsay E (2008) The Leg Club® Model: promoting the health of patients’ lower limbs through collaborative working. Wounds UK 4 (2): 49-60
  • Lindsay E (2008) Legging it to the Club. Practice Management 18(3): 26-7
  • Lindsay E (2008) A Biker's Guide to Healthy Legs for Life. Institute of Advanced Motorcyclists, Birmingham
  • Lindsay E, White R, eds (2007) Leg Ulcers and Problems of the Lower Limb: An Holistic Approach. HealthComm UK Ltd, Aberdeen
  • Lindsay E (2007) To wash or not to wash: what's the solution for chronic leg ulcers? Wound Essentials 2: 75-83
  • Lindsay E (2007) The Lindsay Leg Club model: a social approach to care delivery. Community Health & Social Care. Roxby Media Ltd, London
  • Bawden R, Lindsay E (2007) Patient empowerment: a general practice perspective. Br J Community Nurs 12(6): S28-S30
  • Gordon LG, Edwards H, Courtney M,Finlayson K, Shuter .P, Lindsay E (2006) A cost effective analysis of two community models of care for patients with venous leg ulcers. J Wound Care 15(8): 348-53
  • Lindsay E (2006) Leg Clubs: giving patients a voice in leg ulcer management. Community Practitioner 79(8): 245-6
  • Stephen-Haynes J, Lindsay E, Muldoon J (2006) Easing compression hosiery application: Acti-Glide. Br J Community Nurs 11(9 suppl): S21-S22
  • Hawkins J, Lindsay E (2006) We listen but do we hear? The importance of patient stories. Br J Community Nurs 11(9 suppl): S6-S14
  • Edwards H, Courtney M, Finlayson K, Lindsay E, Lewis C, Shuter P, Chang A (2005) Chronic venous leg ulcers: effect of a community nursing intervention on pain and healing. Nurs Standard 19(52): 47-54
  • Lindsay E (2005) Leg Clubs: personal reflections on implementing change. J Community Nurs 9(8): 16-20 (2005)
  • Lindsay E (2005) Bandages and difficulty with bathing: introducing Seal-Tight. Br J Community Nurs 10(6 Supp): S32-34
  • Lindsay E (2005) Zinc paste bandages and the treatment of Flegel's disease. Br J Community Nurs 10(3 Supp): S14-S19
  • Hampton S, Lindsay E (2005) Empowering patients to take control of leg ulcer treatment through individualised management. J Wound Care 14(5): 238-40
  • Lindsay E (2005) The Best Practice Statement - Compression Therapy. Coull A, Clark M, and Steering Group, eds. Wounds UK, Aberdeen
  • Edwards H, Courtney C, Finlayson K, Lewis C, Lindsay E, Dumble. J, (2005) Improved healing rates for chronic venous leg ulcers: Pilot study results from a randomized controlled trial of a community nursing intervention. Int J Nurs Practice 11: 169-76
  • Charles H, Lindsay E (2004) Principles of Leg Ulcer Management and Prevention. Wound Care Society Educational Booklet 1(4)
  • Finlayson K, Edwards H, Courtney M, Lindsay E, Lewis C, Dumble J (2004) Chronic leg ulcers: Effectiveness of a community nursing intervention on healing and quality of life. Australian Wound Management Association 5th National Conference Proceedings, Hobart, Tasmania, 17-20 March 2004: 71
  • Lindsay E (2004) The Lindsay Leg Club model: a model for evidence-based leg ulcer management. Br J Community Nurs 9(6 Suppl): S15-S20
  • Lindsay E, Muldoon J, Hampton S (2004) Short-stretch compression bandages and the foot pump. Nurs Times 99(25): 60-1
  • Lindsay E, Hawkins. J, (2003) Care Study: The Leg Club model and the sharing of knowledge. Br J Nurs 12(13): 784-90
  • Lindsay E (2003) Short-stretch compression bandages and the foot pump: their relationship to restricted mobility. J Wound Care 12(5): 185-8
  • Lindsay E (2002) Leg Clubs - an initiative to nurture patient compliance. Br J Dermatol Nurs 21-3. Spring 2002
  • Lindsay E (2002) Compression hosiery and the challenge of patient compliance. In: The Medical Book 2002. Medilink Press, London: 69-72
  • Lindsay E (2001) Compliance with science: benefits of developing community Leg Clubs. Br J Nurs Vol 10(22): Tissue Viability Supplement: 66-74
  • Lindsay E (2001) The social dimension in leg ulcer management. Primary Intention 9(1): 31-3
  • Lindsay E (2001) The Social Dimension In Leg Ulcer Management. Int J Angiol 20 Supplement 1 to issue No 2
  • Lindsay E (2000) Leg Clubs: a new approach to patient-centred leg ulcer management. Nurs Health Sci 2(3): 139-41
  • Lindsay E (1999) Innovations in Bandage Technology: SSL's Non-Fray Steripaste. Br J Nurs 8(19): 1315 - 1319
  • Lindsay E (1999) The Evolving Role Of District Nursing in the UK and The Social Dimension in Leg Ulcer Management. Proceedings of the 1st Asian-Pacific Nursing Congress - 'A Vision of Nursing for the New Millennium'. December 9-10, Soul, South Korea
  • Lindsay E (1999) In the pink with zinc. Community Nursing Notes 19 (July)
  • Lindsay E (1999) Show a leg: the work of a community clinic for leg ulcers. Nurs Times 95(11) and Wound Care (Published in conjunction with the Wound Care Society) 2
  • Lindsay E (1998) The Social Dimension In Leg Ulcer Management (abstract). 8th European Wound Management Conference - Patient Centred Wound Care. November, Harrogate
  • Lindsay E (1995) Back to school. Community Nursing Notes 9(July)

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E-Meeting 2022


01/12/2022, 17:30 - 01/12/2022, 18:30
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