WOCN Society member, Teri Robinson, RN, BSN, CWON, shared her recent experience about presenting educational sessions at the National Student Nurses Association (NSNA) Conference in Orlando, Florida.
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It was a great opportunity to present at NSNA in Orlando this year. I was able to meet a student board member and the editor. It was very impressive to see the new generation of nurses active in nursing. Their excitement and passion validated why I chose this career and why I still love it!
I presented two sessions on “Wound, Ostomy and Continence Nurses: Who we are and what we do”. Both sessions were extremely well attended. The first session was completely full and the second was ¾ full. I had great questions from the audience during and after the presentations. These included flexibility of the role, the schools offered, and private practice opportunities. This was a very rewarding experience. I am thankful for the opportunity to share the varied roles Nursing can offer, especially WOC nursing specialty.