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. We needed mentors to get where we are. When we're ready, we can become mentors. Regardless of how old we are or how inexperienced we feel, there are always others who are just taking their first steps on a path we have already trod. We may have something to offer them. .
 
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What is the Mentoring Program?
Professionals willing to be Mentors and their Professional Strengths.




What is Mentoring?

Take a few minutes and ask yourself these questions...

  • Do you ever need to just "run that question by someone"?
  • Do you ever feel that you would like to learn more about a particular method or product?
  • Do you want to change the focus of your career?
  • What does it mean to become an independent contractor?
  • Maybe you are a "well-seasoned" WOCN, and want to venture into a different role - what's out there?
  • Are you interested in how government affairs influence nursing?
  • Do you want to expand your scope of practice?
  • Are you a "well-seasoned" WOCN with information and experiences to share?
  • Are there particular areas of WOC nursing that you have become especially proficient in and you would like to share with others?

If you answered yes to any of the above questions then consider becoming a mentor or calling a mentor.




Mentors and Their Professional Strengths
 

The following Professionals are willing to mentor other professionals in their areas of professional strength. To find their contact information, please look at the Members Page on this Website. If you would like to add your name to this list, along with your strengths, please email pcrwocn@gmail.com.

 
STRENGTHS MENTORS
 

Hernia Support Systems
Difficult Fistula
Ostomy pouching
Outpatient Treatment Room
Estelle "Mickey" Galindo

Private Practice
Marketing ET Nursing
Wound Healing
Venous Ulcer/Compression wraps
Inservicing
Christine Herb

Wounds
Ostomies
Youth Rally
Liz Hiltabidel

WOCNCB Wanda Johnson

Preceptor
Teacher
Outpatient clinic
Jo Ellen Miller

Wounds Myrti Neves-Bedford

ET Generalist Susan Parke

Private Practice
Contracts
Business development
Mary Sears

Wound Care
Ostomy Care
Kelly Sparks-Evans

Private Practice
LE Wounds (venous diabetic)
Surgical/Trauma wounds
Fistula Management
Janet Stoia-Davis

Stomas
Lower leg ulcers
Diabetic assessments
Linda Thomas

Wounds
Nursing Process
Adela Valenzuela

Neuropathic foot ulcers Jan Wacker

Preceptor
wounds
difficult stomas
Out patient clinic
Gayle Clayton

Wound, Ostomy
Out Patient Clinics
Fran Boughey

Homecare Administrative Policies
Mixed Practice i.e. home and acute
Ann Wright

Symptom management in patients with colorectal or genitourinary cancers undergoing treatment with chemotherapy, hormonal therapy, radiation therapy or surgery. Lynne Early

Wounds
Home Health
Joyce Moss

Wounds
Ostomy
Bev Jacksich

Wounds
Ostomy care
Private Consulting
Expert Witness Work
Linda Thomas