WOCN Members Only
Members of WOCN unlock access to exclusive benefits and enjoy the support and resources of an active and engaged community of like-minded professionals. Below is a list of Members Only resources. You must be logged in to access the below resources.
Communities (formerly known as the Forums) are support networks for WOCN Society members to participate in discussions, share resources with one another and promote engagement. Each Community is dedicated to specific topics including wound, ostomy, continence, foot and nail, pediatrics, new members, and more.
Our member directory is an exclusive benefit that allows you to connect with other members who opt in to the program. Direct access to other WOC nurses and professionals for questions, advice, best practices, and tips, is just one more way our community supports and lifts each other up.
Seeking a new job opportunity in the field of wound, ostomy, or continence nursing? Visit our career center to view WOC nursing jobs in your area and sign up for alerts to be the first to know when new listings are posted.
The Journal of Wound, Ostomy and Continence Nursing (JWOCN) is the official journal of the WOCN Society and the premier publication for wound, ostomy, and continence practice and research. Ranked in the Top 20 of nursing journals, the Journal publishes current best evidence and original research to guide the delivery of expert health care and elevate the WOC nursing specialty worldwide.
The Document Library contains over 70 documents that have been researched and developed by leaders in the field of WOC nursing.
The Image Library contains an assortment of images related to the care of patients and provides the opportunity to download for professional and educational purposes.
WOCN Fellow Program
The WOCN Fellow Program recognizes the excellence of nurses who have made outstanding contributions within the WOCN Society and/or WOC nursing profession, reflective of education, research, public policy and advocacy, membership engagement and quality. This honorable designation is based upon clinical expertise, leadership, scholarly experience and contributions to the profession and health care systems. WOCN Fellows contribute knowledge and expertise to shape the WOC nursing practice.