Thursday, June 24, 2021 - Saturday, June 26, 2021
WOCNext is an experiential event featuring online education, networking, and activities geared towards WOC nurses and other healthcare professionals dedicated to providing expert care to patients with wound, ostomy, and incontinence needs.
WOCNext 2021: A Virtual WOW Experience with the WOCN® Society and Relias will serve as the annual education event for both the Wound, Ostomy, and Continence Nurses SocietyTM (WOCN®) and Relias and will join WOCNext and Wild on Wounds event attendees together for one BIG event that includes:
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We're excited to share with you our WOCNext 2021 virtual preliminary event schedule. The virtual event will include evidence-based education, inclusive networking opportunities, and activities that you'll enjoy!
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Liz Faust is a Nurse Practitioner and Wound, Ostomy, and Continence specialist at Tower Health System in West Reading, PA. She graduated from Gwynedd Mercy University with her MSN in Adult Nurse Practitioner in 2009. She is a Certified Skin and Wound Specialist (CSWS) and Certified Wound, Ostomy, Continence Nurse, Advanced Practice (CWOCN-AP).
In 2015 Dr. Fakorede started Cardiovascular Solutions of Central MS with a mission to educate and provide access to quality health care for all. He has become a national voice in the fight against the impact of health disparity in underserved communities. As the Co-chair of the Assoc. of Black Cardiologists’ PAD initiative, Dr. Fakorede has been at the helm of working with Congressional lawmakers to establish the 1st bipartisan PAD caucus whose mission is to support legislative bills to stop the virulent practices of preventable amputations and to educate communities about legislative activities aimed to improve PAD research, education, and treatment.
Ottawa boy Derick Fage is passionate about his community, a quality that serves him well as host of Operation Support Local on Rogers TV. Derick is the current host of Operation Support Local on Rogers TV, the former host of Breakfast Television Montreal on Citytv and the former host of Daytime Ottawa on Rogers TV.