Coming Soon!

This year we are turning our fundraising to the web. We want to welcome you to Bidding

Bidding Owl is a charity fundraising auction software.

It is customized to meet our charity’s needs.

We need items to auction off. This is where YOU come in membership. We are requesting you donate, just as you so generously have done in the past by bring items to fall conference when we met in person. The items may be new or gently used. The donor gives the item a $ value along with a brief description of the item. The donor also has to submit up to three photographs of the item. You then send an e-mail, with the photos and item description, to Donna Golden or, Marian Barry-Ravagni. This information is then posted on the Bidding Owl site.  Your donation is given a number.   The donor’s information is added with the item, its description, picture and value to the site.

Auction is set to begin on

March 30th thru April 17th

Go to the Blog, under Membership tab and step by step directions will be given for donations and bidding.  Good Luck!

Spring is coming! Lets spring into action with Bidding Owl!

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


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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