Access Educational Sessions

Each day has a different agenda of amazing, innovative, and up-to-date sessions on Wound, Ostomy, and Continence #Powerof3 education presented by expert speakers. Each day will have its own Zoom link which will provide all paid registrants access to each live session for the day -- no need to sign in and out constantly for every new session.

To read an abstract or get more information, please click on an individual session to enter a more detailed page. You can access speakers bios by click on their names or by visiting the Speakers tab in the above navigation bar. 

All sessions will be available after the conference is over in a recorded video format. We will be sending out communication on how to access the sessions soon after the last day of the conference for registrants to access the recordings behind a registrant-only area on the website.

 

Click on one of the buttons below to view the list of sessions for that day.

Educational Program

We're so excited to bring to you this exclusive Educational Program on Wound, Ostomy and Continence education. Starting on Wednesday with the popular PPE presentations in both French and English, the program officially kicks off on Thursday evening with our Opening Ceremonies. 

Below are some FAQs related to the Educational Program.

Frequently Asked Questions

What timezone are the Educational Sessions in?


Please note that all times are listed in Eastern Daylight Time (EDT). This timing is made to accommodate speakers and guests from across Canada as best as possible. Remember - if you aren't able to tune in live to certain sessions, you can access the recorded educational sessions on this website after the conference is over! They will only be accessible by conference registrants, and available for up to 2 months after the conference.




How are you showing the Educational Sessions?


All conference registrants will have access to the live sessions, which will all be shown using a platform called Zoom Webinars (by Zoom). Zoom Webinars have certain features to help make your experience participating in these sessions as easy and interactive as possible!




How will I get invited to join the sessions on Zoom?


Every conference registrant will receive an email from NSWOCC detailing their registration for each day's sessions. This email will include a calendar invite and link to join that day's sessions. You will also get a reminder email with the link again closer to the start of the day so you can easily find it in your inbox. Remember - all emails will be sent to the same email you used to register for the conference. You will need to use your same email address to access Zoom and the Educational Sessions.




I don't see an email with the link to join the educational sessions on Zoom


Remember - all emails will be sent to the same email you used to register for the conference. You will need to use your same email address to access Zoom and the Educational Sessions. If you can't seem to find any emails from NSWOCC in your inbox, please check your junk/spam folder just in case. Make sure to add office@nswoc.ca to your contacts if you haven't already to avoid this in the future.




I wasn't available right at the beginning of the day...can I still attend these sessions midway through the day?


If you aren't able to join right at the beginning, don't worry! You can still join midway through the day and will be brought to the live feed.




Learn more about how to use Zoom


To learn how to use certain features such as How to Ask a Question during a session, you can visit the Zoom help centre by clicking on one of the topics below:




How do I ask a question during a session?


First, open the Q&A window, allowing you to ask questions to the host and panelists. They can either reply back to you via text in the Q&A window or answer your question live. To ask a question: Type your question into the Q&A box. Click Send. Note: Check Send Anonymously if you do not want your name attached to your question in the Q&A. If the host replies via the Q&A, you will see a reply in the Q&A window.

The host can also answer your question live (out loud). You will see a notification in the Q&A window if the host plans to do this. Like or Comment on a Question As an attendee, you can also like or comment on other attendee’s questions. This helps the host or participant identify popular questions, especially in a webinar with many attendees.

  • Click the thumbs up icon to like a comment.
    • Tip: The number beside the icon is the total number of likes the question has received so far.
  • Click the red thumbs up icon to unlike a comment.
  • Click Comment to write a reply to an existing question.
    • Type your comment and click Send.
    • Your comment will appear beneath the question.





At a Glance

Below, you can flip through the Educational Program at a glance. Feel free to download or print this PDF if you'd like.

Download Zoom

All registrants will need to download Zoom in order to tune into any and all sessions for the Educational Program. Zoom works on laptops, desktops, tablets (like an iPad) and/or smartphones. 

 

While you'll be prompted to download Zoom automatically when you first join a session, you can also download Zoom Desktop Client or Mobile App now by clicking the button below:

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