Learning, Earning Contact Hours, Networking and more…
Enhance your clinical knowledge and learn the latest advances in wound, ostomy and continence issues all while networking with the largest meeting of wound, ostomy and continence practitioners and researchers in the world.
Continuing education sessions will provide you with the opportunity to learn from top clinical experts, addressing health care problems relating to all patient populations and practice settings.
This conference offers increased dedicated, unopposed quality time with WOC nurses, purposefully set aside from educational sessions, enhancing the value of your exhibition experience.
Meet Face to Face with Wound, Ostomy and Continence (WOC) Nurses & Generate Qualified Sales Leads
Founded in 1968, the Wound, Ostomy and Continence Nurses Society (WOCN) is a professional, international nursing society of more than 5,000 health care professionals who are experts in the care of patients with wound, ostomy and incontinence.
Consultant and Trainer
Watson Wellness Promotion
Kathleen Watson earned her graduate degree in Psychological Counseling from Columbia University and her doctorate in Health Policy and Social Justice from Drexel University's Dornsife School of Public Health in Philadelphia. Since joining the Motivational Interviewing Network of Trainers in 2011, Kate launched her consulting company: Watson Wellness Promotion, and she has conducted Motivational Interviewing workshops with nurses, physicians, dentists, victim advocates, members of the military, police officers, teachers, correctional officers, case managers, and advocates for the homeless. She is an on-going consultant to several medical schools across the country, as well as the United States Military Sexual Assault Victim Advocacy Program. She has trained professionals to use Motivational Interviewing in 12 states and 6 countries.
Good Enough Now
Jessica Pettitt, M.Ed., CSP, pulls together her stand up comedy years with 15+ years of diversity trainings in a wide range of organizations to serve groups to move from abstract fears to actionable habits that lead teams to want to work together. With a sense of belonging and understanding, colleagues take more risks with their ideation, converse precious resources through collaboration, and maintain real connections with clients over time.