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Best WOCN program?

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by applepie2013 applepie2013 (Member)

applepie2013 works as a RN, BSN.

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Which WOCN program do you recommend or did you pick?

  1. 1. Which WOCN program do you recommend or did you pick?

    • Cleveland Clinic
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    • Rutgers Univ
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    • Emory Univ
    • San Jose State Univ
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    • Univ of Washington OR Metropolitan State Univ

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Hello!

Which is the best WOCN program do you recommend?

Which one did you pick?

Thank you for your Help!

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  • [h=2]Cleveland Clinic - R.B. Turnbull, Jr. MD WOC Nursing Education Program[/h]
  • [h=2]Rutgers University School of Nursing-Camden Wound Ostomy Continence Nursing Education Program[/h]
  • [h=2]The Wound and Ostomy Education Program at The Valley Foundation School of Nursing, San José State University[/h]
  • [h=2]University of Washington Wound Management Education Program (UW WMEP)[/h]
  • [h=2]WEB WOC® Nursing Education Program, at Metropolitan State University College of Nursing and Health Sciences[/h]
  • [h=2]Wound, Ostomy, and Continence Nursing Education Center
    Emory University Nell Hodgson Woodruff School of Nursing[/h]

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michksmith14 has 5 years experience as a BSN, RN and works as a CWOCN.

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I went through Cleveland Clinic and had a very good experience! Most of the professors have written chapters in the textbooks so they are true experts. The worst part of the experience, for me, was searching for my own preceptors. It was especially difficult for the ostomy clinical. Many clinics in our state don't see many of these patients in order to meet the number of hours required. Luckily I was able to find one about an hour away from me but it wasn't easy. Overall a great program, though!

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