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Do You Know a WOC Nurse Who Has a Bright Future?

Thursday, February 8, 2018   (0 Comments)
Posted by: Jenna Bertini
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The WOCN® Society is proud to introduce the Future is Bright Award. This award recognizes a new WOC nurse, within his or her first five years of practice, who exemplifies the scope of the WOC nursing as defined in the WOC Nursing: Scope and Standards of Practice, 2nd Edition.

The award recipient will receive compensation to offset expenses to attend the Society's 50th Annual Conference in Philadelphia, PA, from June 3-6, and will be presented with the award during the opening session awards ceremony.

We encourage all members* to submit a nomination for the Future is Bright Award by Monday, Mar. 5, 2018, to recognize a new WOC nurse as a shining star in the specialty!

*Current members of WOCN Board of Directors and members of the Award Review Panel are not eligible to nominate an individual.

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