OstomyLife: Choosing the Right Appliance Webinar

Author | Shield HealthCare
01/24/18  10:53 AM PST
Ostomy Appliance

Shield HealthCare invites you to join us on Wednesday, February 28, 2018 for a free webinar: OstomyLife: Choosing the Right Appliance – Presented by Joy Hooper, RN, BSN, CWOCN, OMS, WCC of the Wound Care Education Institute.

Webinar Overview:

Adapting to life with an ostomy is helped by choosing the right appliance and accessories. In this one-hour session, we look at choosing the right products for an ostomate’s stoma placement, skin care needs and lifestyle.

Webinar Objectives:

  1. Discuss at least 5 clinical, physical and social considerations when choosing an ostomy pouching system.
  2. Identify assistive pouching techniques/interventions for skin folds, retracted stoma and soft abdomen.

1 CE Contact Hour Available (Provided by the Wound Care Education Institute)

For more information about how to receive your CE Contact Hour, please click here.

If you would like more specific instructions on signing up for this webinar, or you need help troubleshooting issues during the webinar’s presentation, please click here.

Event Date: Wednesday, February 28, 2018

Event Time: 9 am – 10 am Pacific (11 am – noon Central)

Click on the button above to register

About Joy Hooper, RN, BSN, CWOCN, OMS, WCC of the Wound Care Education Institute

As an RN with over 20 years of wound and ostomy care experience, Joy has practiced in a variety of hospital and home care settings. She is a successful nurse entrepreneur, and is board certified by the WOCN as a CWOCN, and by the NAWCO® as a WCC and OMS. Her informal and down-to-earth teaching methods enable students to learn easily in a relaxed and enjoyable environment. Joy is also the lead instructor of WCEI’s ostomy courses.

Please join us for this informative webinar on February 28th!

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