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Advanced Practice Nurse – Wound, Ostomy & Continence (WOC), Temporary Full-Time, Niagara Health

Advanced Practice Nurse – Wound, Ostomy & Continence (WOC)

This temporary, full-time position, with multi-site accountabilities, would be a great career move for a Registered Nurse or Registered Nurse in the Extended Class committed to excellence in professional practice, who champions best practice ostomy and continence care.

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Reporting to the Manager, Professional Practice, you will lead, model, promote and facilitate a best practice approach to Wound, Ostomy & Continence (WOC) care at Niagara Health. Your initial focus as the Advanced Practice Nurse – WOC will be on the enactment of the pressure injury/wound care aspects of the Niagara Health Wound Care Action Plan, while at the same time developing and initiating an action plan for best practice ostomy and continence care. In addition to being an expert resource to the Wound, Ostomy and Continence Team, you will demonstrate leadership throughout Niagara Health with a focus on providing extraordinary caring through knowledge translation, people/change management expertise, clinical staff development and related policy and procedure development for patients at all sites.

As the APN-WOC, you will collaborate and build strong relationships with the WOC Team, Directors, Physician partners, Patient Care Managers, Nurse Educators and other nursing and hospital leaders, to support and engage nurses and inter-professional team members, plus work with community providers to ensure the continuum of care for patients. You will compile, and assist with reporting, WOC metrics, participate in/conduct research and participate in product selection for WOC products, along with providing advanced wound, ostomy and continence care through the assessment, treatment and management of WOC challenges, primarily to inpatients. Providing leadership for various corporate committees, such as the Wound, Ostomy and Continence Committee, and collaborating with the reporting Manager, and the Director of Nursing Professional Practice and Elder Care, will be other key aspects of your role.

Travel between Niagara Health sites will be required.

Clinical Nurse Specialist (CNS) Position: Permanent Full-Time, Toronto, ON

Position:  Clinical Nurse Specialist (CNS) – Geriatrics, Musculoskeletal, Multi-System Rehab Programs
Department:  University Centre
Reports To:  Director of Professional Practice
Site:  Toronto Rehab – University Centre, 550 University Ave.,Toronto
Scale/Grade:  F0 04
Salary Range:  $85,931.00- $107,413.00 per annum (Commensurate with experience and consistent with UHN Compensation Policy)
Hours: 37.50 hours/week     
Status: Permanent Full-time

View the job description here: https://www.recruitingsite.com/csbsites/uhn/intranet/JobDescription.asp?SiteID=10062&JobNumber=863975

NSWOC Position: Full-Time, Yellowknife, NT

Job ID:                          18954

Salary:                          $92,976 – $111,072 plus annual Northern Living Allowance

Employment Type:        Full-Time, Regular

Closing Date:                 September 24, 2020

Are you a determined and successful Nurse specialized in Wound, Ostomy, and Continence? Do you want to take the next step in your career? Come and work in a place that truly understands what you’re seeking in a work/life balance!

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Wound, Ostomy and Continence Institute: Student Preceptorship Placement Coordinator

Wound, Ostomy and Continence Institute: Student Preceptorship Placement Coordinator

Nurses Specialized in Wound, Ostomy and Continence has an open position for a Student Preceptorship Placement Coordinator  in the Wound, Ostomy and Continence Institute  to support the placement of WOC-EP students in Ontario. Reporting to the Preceptorship Manager, this position  provides the opportunity to liaise with students and organizations to assist students in completing their clinical placements in wound, ostomy and continence.

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NSWOC Position: Part-Time | Pharmasave Westhill Centre, Vancouver Island

Pharmasave Westhill Centre has been a leader in the pharmacy/retail setting by providing Ostomy Wound Care Services by our own Registered Nurses/NSWOC/WOCN in our private in-store clinic. Our caring, professional team of 3 Home Health Care Assistants and 2 part time NSWOCs provide short term and long-term clinical expertise and compassion to our clients with ostomies, wounds and continence. Our NSWOCs perform direct patient care, education/counselling/support, sale of required products and ABIs. We are leaders in custom abdominal/ostomy/hernia support belts. We also have an exceptional tailor on staff that works closely with us to design and manufacture our own ostomy accessories and belts locally.

NSWOC Position: Temporary Position | The Ottawa Hospital, Ottawa, ON

One of Canada’s largest teaching and research hospitals, The Ottawa Hospital is a multi-campus academic health sciences centre serving the 1.2 million residents of Ottawa and Eastern Ontario, in both English and French. Working together with its research institute, the University of Ottawa, and other partners, the hospital is continually gaining national and international recognition for high-quality patient care, teaching and research. The Wound and Ostomy Team is a nurse-led consult team providing services at the General and Civic Campus as well as the University of Ottawa Heart Institute. The team’s activities focus on care for patients with complex wounds, pre/post operative ostomy management and providing education to members of the interdisciplinary team. This position is temporary until July 10, 2021.

NSWOC Position: VHA Home Health Care, Toronto, ON

Creating opportunities for more independence; it’s what people in the community rely on us for and what VHA Home HealthCare (VHA) a not-for-profit charity—has provided since 1925. With over 2,700 staff and service providers VHA offers home and community services that support Ontarians’ independence including: homemaking, nursing, personal support and rehabilitation services. Our caring, professional team offers spectacular care to Ontario seniors, families, adults and children living with disabilities or suffering from a chronic or terminal illness, helping them live life more independently, in comfort and with dignity. We are currently seeking: Nurses Specialized in Wound, Ostomy, and Continence Canada (NSWOCC) in Toronto

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