First Name: Diane
Last Name: Krasner
Organization: Wound Source
Address Line 1: P.O. Box 189
Address Line 2: 206 Commerce Street
City: Hinesburg
State: Vermont
Postal Code: 05461
Expert Witness Specialty Palliative Care
Type of Witness: Plaintiff
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Active or Retired: Active

Diane Krasner PhD, RN, CWCN, CWS, MAPWCA, FAAN

Dr. Diane L. Krasner is a board certified wound
specialist with experience in wound, ostomy & incontinence care
across the continuum of care. She is a Fellow of the American Academy of
Nursing and a Master of the American Professional Wound Care
Association. Dr. Krasner is the Adult Nursing Coordinator at York County
School of Technology.

Krasner graduated from The Johns Hopkins University with degrees in
Ancient Near Eastern History and Egyptology. She went on to receive her
Bachelors, Masters and PhD from the University of Maryland School of
Nursing and a Masters in Adult and Continuing Education from Johns
Hopkins School of Continuing Studies. Dr. Krasner was a Johnson &
Johnson Medical Post Doctoral Fellow at the Center for Nursing Research
at Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing.

Dr. Krasner is the lead co-editor of Chronic Wound Care: A Clinical Source Book for Healthcare Professionals (5th edition, Volume 1, 2012, HMP Communications). She currently serves as the clinical editor of WoundSource: The Kestrel Wound Product Sourcebook. Krasner is also on the editorial boards of Ostomy Wound Management Long-Term Living, The International Journal of Wound Care, World Wide Wounds and WOUNDS. Since 1992 Dr. Krasner has served on the Board of Directors and as an Officer of several national wound care organizations.

Dr. Krasner’s research interests include wound pain, palliative wound
care and legal issues related to wound care. She has numerous
publications in the wound care literature and lectures nationally and
internationally on wound and skin care.



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