Welcome to WOCNext® 2023
Sunday, June 4, 2023 – Wednesday, June 7, 2023
WOCNext® delivers new evidence-based education, enriching professional development, and strong community bonds that continuously advance the practice of wound, ostomy, and continence care for optimal patient outcomes.
It’s the only educational event of the year hosted by healthcare professionals for healthcare professionals that delivers ALL the newest need-to-know information.
Come for the research. Stay for the conversations. Leave knowing what’s WOCNext.
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Be a part of the biggest WOC care Poster Hall in 2023! Submit an abstract for WOCNext 2023 describing a Research Study, Case Study, or Practice Innovation.
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WOCNext 2022 On-Demand
Educational sessions, Symposia sessions, and Innovation Hub presentations are available on-demand to view through December 31, 2022. On-demand content is ONLY available to those who registered for the live event.
Dr. Binion is Co-Director of the Inflammatory Bowel Disease Center, and Director of Translational Inflammatory Bowel Disease Research at the University of Pittsburgh/UPMC from 2008 to the present, where he is a Professor of Medicine, Clinical and Translational Science.
Dr. Donna Bliss has more than 100 publications on topics related to incontinence and incontinence related skin damage. She is the editor of a book about Management of Fecal Incontinence for the Advanced Practice Nurse with international group of nurse co-authors published by Springer, France.
Dr. Geoffrey Bond is originally from Australia where he gained his qualification as a Pediatric Surgeon, and then started Transplant training. In 1998 he came to Pittsburgh for further training in transplantation, with particular interest in intestinal rehabilitation and transplantation in adults and children, and now some 24 years later has remained in Pittsburgh and focuses on the pediatric population where he is the director of the ICARE team for surgery and transplantation.