Advanced Wound Management and Treatment
Earn CNE credits with Vohra, the global leader in wound care education and certification. Vohra’s team of specialty wound care experts created this straightforward wound care course to assist those interested in furthering their careers, in providing better care, or in expanding their knowledge base. This course gives learners the know-how necessary to properly care for wounds in the geriatric population. Vohra’s physicians know that knowledge, skill and proper training are critical to achieving superior clinical results. Become a certified wound care nurse with Vohra.
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Advanced Wound Management and Treatment
About this courseSkip About this course
Vohra’s expert physicians developed this advanced wound care program to help you deliver excellent healthcare:
- Understand the latest, most innovative wound care techniques and treatment options
- Identify the different types of wounds and recommended treatment plan for non-healing wounds
- Review the primary wound dressing options and wound care products
- Treat wound patients confidently, leading to improved medical outcomes
- Benefit from an enhanced knowledge share from Vohra´s healthcare professionals and specialized wound care team
- Network with wound care experts and clinicians around the world
- Satisfy the Continuing Education (CE) requirements to maintain your license
Vohra Physicians, founded in 2000, is the largest wound care specialty group focused on the post-acute market. We use leading-edge technologies to enable our mission of bringing improved wound healing to patients across the U.S., and beyond.
Our history begins with a single physician, Dr. Ameet Vohra, who recognized that the prevalent wound care models were under-serving the 2% of US patients with chronic wounds. He developed a better approach, training physicians to be wound care specialists. Our physicians treat patients where they are, in Skilled Nursing Facilities, Assisted Living Facilities, and Long Term Acute Care Hospitals. Today, Vohra has 300 physician wound care specialists across 30 states treating thousands of patients daily. Supported by proprietary technologies and on-going specialist training, our model delivers proven better results, including a 21-day improvement in healing time, and an 88% reduction in wound-related hospitalizations.
Today, Vohra has 300 physician wound care specialists across 30 states treating thousands of patients daily. Supported by proprietary technologies and on-going specialist training, our wound care service delivers proven better results, including a 21-day improvement in healing time, and an 88% reduction in wound-related hospitalizations.
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After completing Vohra´s Wound Care Program you will earn 30 Continuing Nursing Education Credits (CNEs), which will fulfill the continued maintenance or expansion of your knowledge required to maintain your nursing license.
The continuing nursing education credits earned through the program are approved by the Maryland Nurses Association, which is an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation.
NOTE: In order to achieve the Vohra´s Wound Care Certificate with 30 CNEs, it is MANDATORY to complete the 2 courses: Vohra Wound Care Certification for Facility-Based Nurses: Introduction and Advanced Wound Management and Treatment.
At a glance
- Language: English
- Video Transcript: English
- Associated programs:
- Professional Certificate in Wound Care for Facility-Based Healthcare Practitioners
What you'll learnSkip What you'll learn
Part 2: Advanced wound care topics:
- Nutrition: Identify how to stimulate patients’ appetites so they receive the necessary nutrients and calories needed to restore health and recover from their wounds
- Management & Treatment of Vascular Ulcers: Understand the main categories of vascular ulcers and list the risk factors as well as learn how to diagnose PAD
- Ostomy Care: Recognize the types of intestinal stomas and urinary diversions, recommend appropriate management and differentiate the various ostomy devices and supplies
- Support Surfaces: Learn the mechanical forces involved in the development of pressure wounds to easily identify the support surfaces that best meet patients’ needs
- Wound Rounds & Assessment: List the key elements in evaluation and assessment of wound progress and properly determine wound measurement
- Prevention of Re-hospitalizations: Discuss the risks associated with hospital readmissions and reduce rehospitalizations through monitoring changes in wound conditions
- F686 Regulatory Requirements: Break down the F-686 regulations to ensure operating within federal guidelines and avoid citations and penalties
Part 2: Advanced wound care topics:
The following 7 engaging videos & study guides designed by experienced wound care physicians are covering the below topics:
- Management & Treatment of Vascular Ulcers
- Ostomy Care
- Support Surfaces
- Wound Rounds & Assessment
- Prevention of Re-hospitalizations
- F686 Regulatory Requirements
Learner testimonialsSkip Learner testimonials
“The instructors were fantastic and the study guide was direct and straight to the point. Now that I'm a certified wound care nurse, my career has elevated. I was given a raise and a promotion recently, and all the nurses come to me for my expertise and knowledge. Thank you, Vohra.” - Nathalia Zambakari, ARNP, Apollo Residential Assisted Living
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Frequently Asked QuestionsSkip Frequently Asked Questions
I’m not a nurse, am I still eligible to register for the Vohra Wound Care Certification?
Allied health professionals including physicians, occupational therapists, physical therapists, and medical assistants are eligible to take the course and earn the certification. However, the continuing education credits are only offered to nurses, that includes RNs, LPNs, LVNs, ARNPs.
After taking and passing the course can I put WCC down as a title?
No, you will not be able to use WCC initials after completion of our course. After successful completion of the final exam, you will receive a certificate certifying you as a VWCN™, Vohra Wound Certified Nurse. This is different than a WCC certification which is a separate program with WCEI. Our program is not affiliated with any other national program. We are an independent national physician group with over 20 years of experience in wound care services. We developed this 100% on line program as an affordable option for nurses and other allied medical professionals to expand their knowledge and earn a nationally recognized certificate as well as continuing education credits, if applicable.
Do I need to complete any clinical hours to take the Vohra Wound Care Certification?
There are no clinical hours required, our education content including our quizzes, study guides, and final examination are to be accessed and completed online.
How long does the Vohra Wound Care Certification take?
The course is self-paced and consists of 14 modules and a final exam. Each module includes a video presentation, individual quiz and a study guide. Course materials are completely available as soon as the course begins. The assignments and exams do not have start or due dates.
What if I fail the quizzes and/or final exam?
You are allowed unlimited attempts when taking the individual quizzes and final exam.
Can I still register for the Vohra Wound Care Certification even if I do not have wound care experience?
You do not need to have experience in wound care in order to take the course. Our course was developed to provide knowledge to any healthcare professional interested in wound care.
Once I pass the course and earn my certificate, is there a recertification process?
Once you complete the program and earn your certificate, it will stay active forever. Therefore, there is no recertification process required.