Mission/Vision/Values

Mission

To provide accessible on-line communities of learning for registered nurses and allied healthcare professionals to promote specialized knowledge, skills and judgment in wound, ostomy and continence.

Vision

State of the art on-line education program driving a passion for excellence in wound, ostomy and continence care.

Values

Student Passion and Success

  • Supported by an expert academic faculty
  • Flexible, innovative approach to learning
  • Identify potential for growth in wound, ostomy and continence care

Accessibility

  • On-line education with IT support
  • Available 24/7 – self determined hours of study
  • Bilingual
  • International opportunity

Accountability

  • Program development to meet evolving needs of learning community
  • Responsive to market needs
  • Academic excellence in wound, ostomy and continence
  • Best practice in the delivery of on-line education

Continuous Quality Improvement & Outcomes Management

  • Solicit feedback and respond to the following areas:
  • Educational courses
  • Content
  • Delivery
  • Preceptorship/Mentorship
  • Operational efficiencies

Collaborative Partnerships

  • The Wound, Ostomy & Continence Institute seeks active collaboration and formal partnerships with Universities and Colleges, Government, Professional associations and related organizations/agencies and other disciplines to promote knowledge exchange.

 

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The NSWOCC Wound, Ostomy and Continence Institute is the winner of the 2020 Canadian Nurses Association Certification Employer Recognition award. Congratulations to the Academic Chair, faculty and students for making this a success! https://t.co/SgrYrGLckL
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On behalf of your colleagues at NSWOCC, we'd like to congratulate Kimberly LeBlanc for being inducted as a Charter Fellow into the Canadian Academy of Nursing! https://t.co/2iDwX6X16V
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On behalf of your colleagues at NSWOCC, we'd like to congratulate Kevin Woo for being awarded the CNA Award of Merit for Nursing Research! https://t.co/K3Ey8b2VUf
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Advance your nursing career by applying for our Wound, Ostomy and Continence Education Program today! We're accepting applications for our January 2021 Cohort until this Sunday, November 15, 2020. Learn more at https://t.co/mmUZ0eVoVV https://t.co/QtlXil4Pbf
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