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Educational Program Overview

Our National Conference will start with a series of pre-conference workshops on Wednesday, May 1, which have limited capacities.

Our NSWOCC Industry Advisory Council (NIAC) Industry and Science Day returns on Thursday, May 2, where will also have Opening Ceremonies and the official launch of our Exhibit Hall. The Industry and Science Day sessions are designed to bridge the gap between science and industry, providing a platform for attendees to delve deeper into the intersection of these two critical aspects. In the evening, NSWOCC Members will join the Annual Members Meeting. Following the meeting, all attendees are invited to attend our Premier Event: Posters, Products and Punch.


Posters, Products and Punch

Immerse yourself in a vibrant atmosphere as you network with fellow attendees and exhibitors, all while enjoying delightful punches at the cash bar.

Discover the Poster Library: Dive into a world of fascinating wound, ostomy and continence research as our poster library opens its doors. Stroll through the displays, each one a testament to the incredible work of attending authors. Uncover insights, spark conversations, and be part of the buzz surrounding groundbreaking ideas.

Experience Innovation at Product Demos: Make your way to our Honoured Corporate Partners' product demos sprinkled throughout the event. Witness innovation in action and gain firsthand knowledge of cutting-edge solutions. It's not just a networking opportunity; it's a chance to engage with the latest advancements in the field.

Don't miss out on this dynamic blend of networking, discovery, and innovation at Posters, Products, and Punch—it's where connections come to life!


On Friday, May 3, we will continue the National Conference with a series of plenary and concurrent sessions on a myriad of wound, ostomy and continence topics. At the end of the day, we will host a western-themed networking event for all attendees and exhibitors to participate in called “NSWOCC Country and Western Sing, Stomp, and Honky-Tonk!”. More information, including info about signing up, to come soon!

On Saturday, May 4, another full day of wound, ostomy and continence education will take place in the form of both plenary and concurrent sessions. In the evening, the NSWOCC Banquet and WOC Institute Graduation Ceremony will take place where we will celebrate the achievements of our Members and congratulate our newly-graduated NSWOC, SWAN, and ISWA students.

Finally, on Sunday, May 5, you have the choice to attend a repeated Debridement Workshop (duplicated this year to accommodate more people), or the highly-anticipated Indigenous Blanket Experience.

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