Continuing Education & Training

Programs offering CME credits and training for nurses, physical therapists, case managers, medical directors and other related clinicians.

The Wound Institute® provides online wound care education programs for healthcare professionals and patients. On the website you’ll find comprehensive education and training programs specifically designed for your educational needs whether they are patient care, research, staff training or simply learning to care for someone with a difficult to heal wound.

The Wound, Ostomy and Continence Nursing Certification Board (WOCNCB) offers nurses an opportunity to validate their commitment to excellence within their chosen specialties.

The Vohra Wound Care Certification program was developed by Vohra Wound Physicians. Vohra is the largest group of wound physicians in the United States, with more than 20 years of clinical experience providing wound care services to more than 3000 skilled nursing facilities in 30 states, with thousands of patients treated every month. have taken traditional classroom lectures and transformed them into an on-line video tutorial catalog of course offerings to be viewed at your convenience while still retaining full credit eligibility and certification.

WebCME offers an educational experience that is intended for physicians, nurses and allied health professionals that are beginning to participate in wound care and desire basic knowledge for the management of wound care patients. All of their programs are reviewed and approved by the American College of Hyperbaric Medicine. Their online courses meet and exceed the course guidelines of other professional societies.

The Wound Care Education Institute (WCEI) was created by two nurses to fill an unmet need for wound care education. Nancy Morgan and Donna Sardina, both RNs with years of practice, identified many improperly treated wounds and noted a lack of qualified clinicians available to meet these challenges. They also noticed a lack of available and accessible wound care education programs. With their shared passion for healing, Nancy and Donna started a hands-on wound care consulting company. To expand the number of clinicians they could help, they began providing structured wound care education classes.

Wound Care One helps educate on the proper way to care for and dress wounds through case studies and video tutorials that cover a wide range of techniques and situations.

Applicants can choose from eight WOCN®-accredited WOC Nursing Education Programs (WOCNEPs) in the United States. Accreditation by WOCN® guarantees the student that the program meets established criteria regarding admission requirements, course content, clinical experience, qualified faculty and student/faculty ratio.