ORGANIZATION OF WOUND CARE NURSES

Established in 2010 in Dallas, Texas, U.S.A., Organization of Wound Care Nurses (OWCN) aims to encourage and facilitate all Licensed Nurses practicing in different care settings by providing evidence-based training programs, collaboration & consultation with professional wound care experts, and clinical & administrative support worldwide. With our evidence-based skills training program, we are committed to improve the knowledge and skills of all certified wound care professionals.

OUR MISSION

  • To promote evidenced based wound care nursing practice
  • To promote and improve Wound Care Nursing as a speciality nursing practice model
  • To promote & support wound care nurses nationally and worldwide
  • To improve the delivery of wound care services through training and education
  • To minimize pain and suffering through holistic wound care nursing model
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BECOME A WOUND CARE NURSE

  • Care for clients with wound and skin issues.
  • Provide care with confidence and compassion.
  • Learn about latest wound management strategies.
  • Further advancing your career as a wound care nurse.
  • Additional job opportunities with better pay.
  • Work in a challenging and rewarding field.
  • Positively impact your clients health outcome and promote healing.
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WHY CERTIFY

Professional Certification gives recognition of competency, shows commitment to the profession, and helps achieve optimal patient outcomes. Organization of Wound Care Nurses (OWCN) certification confirms that an individual has successfully completed the required course work and demonstrated a minimum level of competency in the area of study to achieve the specific designation & recognition. Certified Registered Nurses are also required to adhere to the highest ethical code of conduct.

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WHO SHOULD CERTIFY

Whether you are new to wound care or an experienced healthcare professional, you can update your knowledge and receive professional designation by attending our certification courses.

  • Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN)
  • Licensed Vocational Nurse (LVN)
  • Registered Nurse (RN)
  • Advanced Practice Registered Nurse (APRN)
  • Physical Therapist (PT)
  • Medical Assistant (MA)

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