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In It For You--The Official Magazine of the WOCN Society

Friday, June 21, 2019   (0 Comments)
Posted by: Kristin Petty
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WOCN® Society members loved In It For You , the official magazine of the WOCN Society. To satisfy our members and reduce paper, we brought back In It For You in a new, completely, digital format.

The Summer 2019 issue is now available online to read for free. Enjoy articles written by your peers and share them with your colleagues! You can also read past issues for free.

If you think you would be a good guest author for an upcoming issue, have an idea to share with us, or would like questions or issues addressed in an upcoming issue, send an email to share@wocn.org.
Highlights From This Issue:
JWOCN : NEW Foot and Nail Care Section
Page 6

Tara Buescher, DNP, RN-BC, GCNS-BC, ANP-BC, CWOCN, CFCN, NEA-BC, Foot and Nail Section editor for the Journal, discusses her background in foot care nursing and how the JWOCN will shine a light on this important area of specialty practice.
WOC Nurse and WTA -- What's the Connection?
Page 7

Janet Ramundo, BSN, MS, CWOCN, APRN, RN, Chair of the Wound Treatment Associate Advisory Committee (WTAAC), discusses the role of the WOC nurse and how the WTA can be an integral part of the WOC nursing toolbox to help provide optimal patient care.

Also included in this article is a link to the Complete Guide to Role Delineation Among WOCNCB ® Certified Wound Care Providers document and the WTA Program Outcomes infographic.
Ask the WOC Nurse
Page 12

Have you ever wished for someone to talk to who “gets it?” Someone who understands what it’s like to be a WOC nurse yet who is not involved in the same work culture as you? Someone whom you can ask questions that you wouldn’t feel safe asking your work colleagues? Then this column is for you!

Submit anonymous questions for the WOC nurse to answer in future issues.

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