WTA GRADUATE RESOURCES
Congratulations on completing the WTA Program!
Use these resources to continue advancing your professional development as a member of the wound, ostomy, and continence nursing community.
WEAR A WTA PIN
Demonstrate your pride as a WTA graduate by wearing a WTA pin.
TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THE WOC COMMUNITY OF OPPORTUNITY
Become a member of WOCN to connect with like-minded healthcare professionals and take advantage of comprehensive benefits aimed at advancing your growth and professional development.
BECOME A WOC NURSE
Find out what it takes to become a WOC nurse by reviewing our resources for accredited programs.
FIND A REWARDING CAREER
Visit our career center to view WOC nursing jobs in your area and sign up for new job alerts.
ACCESS OUR CONTINUING
Visit our Continuing Education Center to further your professional development through online on-demand courses, including live and pre-recorded webinars, certification review courses, conference library, and more. These courses are free or discounted to members and offer Contact Hours.
CONNECT WITH REGIONS AND AFFILIATES
Connect with the WOCN Society’s Regions and Affiliates to find out about upcoming conferences in your area.
Browse our bookstore to purchase clinical practice guidelines and more.
Access the Journal of Wound, Ostomy and Continence Nursing (JWOCN), the official journal of the WOCN Society.
TAKE SUPPORT SURFACE
ALGORITHM CE COURSE
Take the Support Surface Algorithm CE Course worth 1.0 Contact Hours.
ACCESS THE EVIDENCE- & CONSENSUS-BASED SUPPORT SURFACE ALGORITHM
Access the Evidence- and Consensus-Based Support Surface Algorithm, a free clinical tool that provides clinical guidance for selecting support surfaces based on individual patient needs for pressure injury prevention.
ACCESS THE VENOUS LEG
Access the Venous Leg Ulcers (VLU) Algorithm, a free clinical tool that aids in the effort to customize compression therapy for individuals with chronic venous insufficiency.
BUY CORE CURRICULUM:
Buy the Curriculum series for Wound Management, a crucial text for nurses practicing or studying wound care.