Call for Abstracts
San Antonio, Texas
June 6-10, 2015
The WOCN Society is pleased to announce the launch of our new Career Center!
The WOCN Society Career Center
makes it easier for job seekers to locate and apply for opportunities in wound, ostomy, and continence nursing.
Click here for more information.
Now offering FREE SHIPPING!
Continuing Education Center (CEC)
Browse over 60 CE courses
with discounts for WOCN Society members.
to view a list of the Society's corporate members.
The WOCN Society
is a professional nursing society, which supports its members by promoting educational, clinical, and research opportunities to advance the practice and guide the delivery of expert health care to individuals with wounds, ostomies and continence concerns.
Wound, Ostomy and Continence Nurses Society
1120 Route 73, Suite 200
Mount Laurel, New Jersey 08054
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We Have MOVED!
Please take note of our new address:
1120 Route 73, Suite 200
Mount Laurel, NJ 08054
Information Regarding the Ostomy Supply Bill for New York State
The ostomy bill requiring coverage of ostomy supplies in New York State has passed, but we still need your help! Click here to learn more.
Thank you for all of your help and support!
The emPOWERed program is back this fall with the "Advancing Your Professional Practice" presentation.
During this presentation participants will learn about:
Award Winners from the WOCN Society's 46th Annual Conference in Nashville
Sage Products teamed up with the WOCN Society to offer 11first-time poster presenters with travel scholarships to attend the WOCN Society's Annual Conference this past June. The recipients of this scholarship were all current WOCN Society members.Click here to view a list of the first-time poster presenters along with their poster titles.
Congratulations to the following WOCN Poster Merit Award Winners:
Case Study Category
Kosuke Ishikawa, MD, Toshiyuki Minamimoto, MD, PhD
#CS14-051-Management of Extensive Peristomal Skin Ulcer Associated With Colon Cancer: Usefulness of NPWT for Skin Graft Fixation
Practice Innovation Category
Debbie Bartula, MSN, RN, COCN, CWCN, Judy Lynch, BSN, CCRN, MS(c)
#PR14-0025 -Biweekly ICU Skin Rounds: Changing Nursing Practice to Prevent and Treat HAPUs
Judith DiPerri, MSN, RN, BC, CWOCN, Linda Celia, DrNP(c), MSN, BC, Alison Lesniak, BSN, RN, Brian Hall, BSN, RN
#RS14-018 -The Effects of Linen Layers on Pressure Ulcer Development:Does More Linen Impact the Microclimate of the Skin?
WTA Program FAQs
Recognizing the increasing demand for skilled wound care in all care settings including the military, the WOCN Society has developed an educational program designed to increase patient access to skilled wound care providers.
The WTA Program is a WOCN Society-endorsed wound care educational program geared toward non-specialty licensed wound care providers and medics/corpsmen. After completing the program, participants will receive a certificate and will be prepared to function as an integral and valuable member of the wound care team.
Click here to view FAQs about the WTA Program.
The WOCN Society's 47th Annual Conference
We've already started planning the WOCN Society's 47th Annual Conference and we can't wait to share what's new in 2015! If you have not done so already, save the date for San Antonio: June 6-10, 2015. More information coming soon!
Please note:Call for Abstracts will open in September.
August Member Spotlight
McLaren Greater Lansing Healthcare Foundation's WeCare Committee recognized Anne Carl, BSN, RN, CWON, for excellence in patient care. Congratulations, Anne!
Attention Members: Do you have a recent accomplishment that you would like to share with the Society Email: