Sunday, June 9,
2024 – Wednesday, June 12, 2024
WOCNext® is the ONLY educational event of the year hosted by healthcare
professionals for healthcare professionals that delivers what’s new, what’s needed, and
what’s next in wound, ostomy, continence, foot and nail care.
Come for the research. Stay for the conversations. Leave knowing what’s WOCNext.
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Christine Berke is a Nurse Practitioner in the Wound & Ostomy Clinic at Nebraska
Medicine in Omaha, Nebraska. She has been instrumental in expanding the
outpatient wound & ostomy services there in the past 14 years. She has been a
nurse for 40 years, a WOC nurse for 22 years and an APRN for 15 years.
Terran Sims received her bachelor's from the University of Alabama and her
master’s degree in Nursing as well as Acute Care Nurse Practitioner degree from
the University of Virginia in Charlottesville Virginia. She also trained in the
University of Virginia School of nursing WOC Certification program and is
certified as a ostomy continence nurse.
Tracey L Yap is an associate professor in the Duke University School of Nursing.
The overarching goal of her research is to improve the quality of care delivered
by nursing staff to older adults, regardless of setting, and she aims to advance
nursing’s ability to improve health care outcomes by increasing the
mobility/movement of individuals through nursing’s use of cueing approaches,
such as reminder messages and behavioral alerts.