The WOCN® Society Collaborates with Relias to Enhance Education and Training

The Wound, Ostomy, and Continence Nurses Society™ (WOCN®), announced a new collaborative partnership with Relias, a trusted education and training partner to more than 11,000 …

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Get to Know the WOCNext 2021 Abstract Chair and Receive Submission Tips

WOCNext® 2021 will convene in Orlando, FL, on June 27-30, 2021, to bring together wound, ostomy, and continence (WOC) nurses and healthcare professionals from around the …

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Ostomy Patient Working Toward Becoming Ostomy Nurse

The content in this blog was provided by Charlotte Rensberger, Blog Coordinator at Girls with Guts I was diagnosed with Ulcerative Colitis and had my …

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Help Us Celebrate YOU!

Did you know that the World Health Organization officially named 2020 the International Year of the Nurse & Midwife? This decision was made in order …

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Women Helping Women: Nurse’s Ostomy Journey

The content in this blog was provided by Manda Barger, Secretary of Girls with Guts Rachel Badovick is a certified acute care pediatric nurse practitioner. …

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Exciting News From the WOCN Society Education Committee: New Certification Review Courses Now Available!

I am pleased to announce the launch of the WOCN® Society’s brand-new certification review courses in wound, ostomy, and continence. The Education Committee is particularly …

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Get to Know Our Keynote Speaker Angela Gaffney, CHC

 Angela Gaffney, CHC, is the President of Essential Health & Wellness, a firm focused on building healthy communities and organizations. As an international wellness speaker, …

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Introducing New Enhancements to the Wound Treatment Associate (WTA®) Program

As the premier program offering basic wound care education, the WOCN® Society strives to ensure that the WTA Program remains accurate, relevant, and current. Periodic …

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A Brand New Clinical Tool From WOCN

Introducing the Body Worn Absorbent Product Guide Despite recent advances in multiple areas of continence management including pharmacotherapy, surgery, physiotherapy, and neuromodulation, evidence suggests that …

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