WHAT IS WOCTALK?

WOCTalk is the official podcast of the WOCN Society that discusses advocacy, education, and research that supports the practice and delivery of expert healthcare to individuals with wound, ostomy, and continence care needs.

 

If you would like to be a guest on an upcoming episode or if you have an idea, issue, or question that you would like us to discuss on the podcast, email your inquiry to podcast@wocn.org.

WOCTALK & CONTACT HOURS

 

Certain episodes of WOCTalk award Contact Hours; these episodes are tagged as “Available for CE” below. Following the last episode at the end of the year, the Contact Hour claiming system will open and you will be asked to identify the episodes you listened to and complete an evaluation. Following submission of the evaluation, you will receive your certificate of completion with the awarded Contact Hours.

WAYS TO LISTEN

 

Find, subscribe, and listen to WOCTalk on popular channels like Apple Podcasts and Spotify. Episodes and their corresponding resources and links are always archived on our website.

 

 

Episodes

EPISODE

73

WOCN Society’s Leadership Process

Listen

BONUS

EPISODE

19

Skin Assessment Conundrums: Pigment, Technology, and Moisture

Listen

EPISODE

72

A Sneak Peek at the New WOCN Continuing Education Center

Listen

EPISODE

71

Ostomy Patient Advocacy and Awareness

Listen

EPISODE

70

Palliative Approach to Wound Care

Listen

BONUS

EPISODE

18

Empowered: Packing Your Professional Development Suitcase

Listen

EPISODE

69

Outpatient Ostomy Triage Tool

Listen

EPISODE

68

Meet the 23rd President of WOCN

Listen

EPISODE

67

Peristomal Skin Health: A WOCN Society Consensus Conference

Listen

EPISODE

66

Successful Transitions of Care: Wound, Ostomy and Continence Supplies

Listen

EPISODE

65

A Guide to WOCNext 2021

Listen

EPISODE

64

Applying Health Literacy to WOC Nursing

Listen

Already a member?

Login to access your profile and exclusive members-only content.

Login

Have a question?

Contact us about joining, donating, volunteering, media, and more.

CONTACT US