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7 Generations Medical Ltd Award

This Wound, Ostomy, and Continence Education Program (WOC-EP) Award of $5,250 recognizes an Indigenous WOC-EP graduate who has demonstrated a high degree of volunteerism with, and in support of, people in the Indigenous community.

Total awards | Combien de prix
1
Deadline to apply | Date limite
April 15, 2024
Prize (per award) | Prix
$2,000
Objectives | Objectifs

This Wound, Ostomy, and Continence Education Program (WOC-EP) Award of $5,250 recognizes an Indigenous WOC-EP graduate who has demonstrated a high degree of volunteerism with, and in support of, people in the Indigenous community.

Qualifications | Critères

The recipient of this award must: 

  1. Be Indigenous 

  2. Be a Member of the NSWOCC in good standing (Provide evidence of current membership registration)

  3. Have graduated from the NSWOCC WOC-EP within the past 5 years (must provide evidence of date of graduation) 

  4. Provide Social Insurance number 

  5. Provide a photo and a short story of their nursing background and their reason for taking the WOC-EP and give permission for these to be published in the NSWOC Advance 

  6. Answer 2 questions, max 500 words per question, which would be reviewed and scored by the NSWCC WOC-EP Awards committee. 


Questions 

  1. Describe how you have or plan to make a positive impact in your community related to Wound, Ostomy, and Continence nursing (volunteerism, program development, fund raising etc.) 

  2. What aspects of WOC nursing are you passionate about?

How to Apply

NSWOCC/WOC Institute Application PDF

2024 Recipient(s)

Jonathan Reid, Michelle Buffalo

2022 Recipient(s)

Kaylee-Ann Irving

2021 Recipient(s)

Michelle Buffalo
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