WCPC offers opportunities for synchronized cohesive learning among companies, facilities, societies, and health care systems:
Offered on site or virtually, private courses offer the ability for education customized to meet the unique needs of your company, institution, society members, or healthcare system.
A NACCME-conducted survey of medical professionals (N > 100) revealed that “live meeting (small-group)” was selected as the most preferred learning format, ranked number 1 among 6 options by more than 70% of respondents.1 Further, collaborative efforts are not only key components to quality wound management, but have been demonstrated effective at changing organizational culture, improving the coordination of care, and facilitating rapid and sustained process improvement.2
1. NACCME. Survey Data. Learner Format Preference Survey 2012. N=100.
2. Ellrodt, G., et.al. Multidisciplinary rounds (MDR): an implementation system for sustained improvement in the American Heart Association's Get With The Guidelines program. Crit Pathw Cardiol. 2007; 6(3):106-116.
Provide consistent and cohesive learning while experiencing significant cost savings. Corporate Licensing allows companies, healthcare facilities/systems, societies, and more the opportunity to support the education of their staff and members with one fixed discounted cost to attend our private live, virtual, or on-demand program. Discount corporate pricing is available for groups of 10 or more.
Previous Private Courses
Changi General Hospital, Singapore - 2017
Led by Greg Patterson, MD, FACS, DABS, CWS, twenty-five nurses and physicians participated in the 2-day private course to prepare for their wound certification examinations and stay up to date on the latest wound-management practices.
Rehabilitation Hospital of Northern Arizona - 2018
Led by Pamela Scarborough, PT, DPT, MS, CWS, CEEAA, and Gregory K. Patterson, MD, FACS, DABS, CWS, twenty physical therapists, physicians, and nurses participated in the 2-day private course to prepare for their wound care certification and stay up to date on the latest wound-management practices.
Houston Methodist Hospital - 2019
Led by Dot Weir, RN, CWON, CWS, and Lee C. Ruotsi, MD, ABWMS, CWS-P, UHM, twenty+ clinicians, including RNs, BSNs, MDs, DPMs, LVNs, PTs, HBO techs, and allied healthcare professionals attended the course to become wound care certified.