Greetings Members!

NEW ENGLAND REGION OF THE WOCN NEEDS YOUR HELP!

I hope you are enjoying the New England Spring!  Please read through the following and consider getting involved:
1.  This year we are voting for a new President-elect and Treasurer!  Are you or someone you know willing to serve the region?  Let me know!  I will give you more information if you are interested.
The Treasurer is a 2 yr commitment.
The President-elect is a 2 yr commitment, plus 2 yrs as the regional president, the 1 yr as an advisor.
The transfer of the board members takes place after the fall conference.
2.  We are also in need of committee members for the Public Policy Committee.  If you want to help the Chair, please email Lydia at newenglandwocn@gmail.com
3.  We have 2 board members who have chosen to retire.  I can’t believe the region will be “losing” our 2 anchors and committed team members who chair the Youth Rally Committee!  Donna and Marian, who are irreplaceable need to be replaced.  They will be stepping down after our fall conference.  Please consider stepping forward before they leave us, so they can teach you.
Please feel free to contact me for more information.
Sincerely,
Mary Harris, BSN, RN, CWON
Nominations Chair
newenglandwocn@gmail.com

The New England Region of the
Wound, Ostomy & Continence Nurses Society
welcomes you to our website!

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The New England Region of the Wound, Ostomy and Continence Nurses Society (New England Region WOCN) is an association of WOC/ET Nurses, a division of the National Wound, Ostomy and Continence Nurse’s Society (WOCN).

Our purpose is to organize and sponsor educational opportunities, support leadership and professional development, encourage evidenced based nursing practice and advocate for the delivery of quality health care to all individuals with a wound, ostomy or continence related issue.

About WOC Nursing:

Wound, ostomy and continence (WOC) nursing is a multifaceted, evidence-based practice incorporating a unique body of knowledge to provide excellence in prevention, health maintenance, therapeutic intervention, and rehabilitative nursing care to persons with select disorders of the gastrointestinal, genitourinary and integument systems. This complex, interdependent specialty encompasses the care of all patient populations across the continuum of care while providing a pivotal role as educator, researcher, and resource throughout the healthcare community. WOC nursing directs its efforts at improving the quality of life for individuals with wound, ostomy and continence concerns.

Whether you specialize in wounds, ostomies or incontinence, all three practice areas offer opportunity for professional growth as well as opportunity to play a pivotal role in the guidance of optimal patient care.

Please browse our website to learn more!


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