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Why I decided to become a WOC Nurse

Posted By Lauren Schoener-Gaynor, Wednesday, September 17, 2014

For nurses, choosing a specialty can be one of the most important decisions they make of their career. The Wound, Ostomy and Continence Nurses Society™ (WOCN®) recently followed and interviewed two WOC nurses to see how they determined the nursing field that they would enter into. Both young women offer different advice for potential WOC nurses and encourage the WOCN Society as a valuable resource. Erin and Lydia take you through an average work day and explain how they made the very important decision of becoming a WOC specialty practice nurse.

We encourage you to share these videos with anyone who might be considering the WOC nursing specialty. Information on how to become a WOC nurse can be found by clicking here.


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