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. The Contact Hour claiming system is now open! To claim for your free Contact Hours please click the button below where you will go to the claiming website 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.
The Contact Hour claiming process will close Friday, February 24 at 11:59 PM Eastern.
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.
Guiding Your Professional Future With the Scope and Standards for the WOC NurseListen
Pouching Made Easy: Creating an Essential Ostomy Tote for Emergency Room NursesListen
All About Nashville: A Sneak Peek at Our WOCNEXT 2019 DestinationListen
Using a Collaborative Team to Reduce Pressure Injuries Originating in the Perioperative DivisionListen
Transforming Manuscripts to Global Messages: A Discussion With Dr. Mikel Gray, Editor-in-Chief, JWOCNListen
The Future Is Bright for WOC NursingListen
A Unique Approach to Neonatal Wound CareListen
Basic Ostomy Skin Care: A Guide for Patients and Health Care ProvidersListen
Setting the Standard for Body Worn Absorbent ProductsListen
Partnering for the Future - Increasing Access to Care (OTA and WTA Integration)Listen
Protecting Your Present and Future: Legal Issues, Being a Witness, Emr DocumentationListen
Slowing the Flow: Dietary, Fluid & Medication Management of the Patient With a High Output StomaListen