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 firstname.lastname@example.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.
Beautiful Tiny Stomas: Neonatal Ostomy ModelsListen
(Bonus) Ostomy Observations Series S2E5: Ileostomy Blockage: Prevention, Common Culprits, and Techniques for ...Listen
(Bonus) EP 25: Soft Convexity in the Operating RoomListen
WOC Certification Review: Prepping Nurses for SuccessListen
(Bonus) Ostomy Observations Series S2E4: Ostomy Support Your Way: More Options Now Than Ever BeforeListen
Deep Dive into Hyperbaric Oxygen TherapyListen
Empowering Excellence: An Interview with the 2023 Barbara Braden Future Is Bright Award RecipientListen
(Bonus) Ostomy Observations Series S2E3: Traveling with an Ostomy: Don’t Say No to “Let’s Go”!Listen
Developing Abstracts and Posters for WOCNext® 2024Listen
(Bonus) Ostomy Observations Series S2E2: Managing Gas: Adjusting to the Winds of ChangeListen
Heart and Sole of Starting a Foot and Nail Care PracticeListen
(Bonus) Ostomy Observations Series S2E1: "What About Sex?" Common Issues for Single and Partnered Individuals...Listen