Become a Specialty Program Co-Sponsor

 

UWMC cohort of the UW Continuing Nursing Education specialty program, Medical-Surgical Nursing.
UWMC Cohort - Enhancing Medical-Surgical Nursing Practice

 

Join the Specialty Program Team!

Continuing Nursing Education at the University of Washington School of Nursing would like to invite you to join us by holding a apecialty program onsite at your agency. 

What is a Specialty Program?

Specialty programs are in-depth learning experiences that usually include face-to-face training or clinical experience as well as online coursework. Students enjoy the camaraderie of a cohort, expert instructors, and supplementary videos and readings they can access for a year after enrollment. Currently, UWCNE features specialty co-sponsorships in two areas: medical-surgical nursing and wound management. Details for each program are listed below.

 

 

Specialty Program | Enhancing Medical-Surgical Nursing Practice

Join over 20 organizations in holding this unique distance learning continuing education course at your agency. 

Top 5 Benefits for Your Agency

  1. Increase the number of nationally certified medical-surgical nurses at your agency. 
  2. Empower nurses to expand their knowledge in evidence-based medical-surgical nursing practice. 
  3. Enhance confidence, competence, critical thinking, interprofessional communication and patient outcomes at your agency. 
  4. Maximize agency resources! Save staff time and money.
  5. Customize medical-surgical nursing education to agency-specific needs.  

 

For more information contact Shannon Summers at ssum@uw.edu

 

 

Specialty Program | Wound Management Fundamentals Course

Roll gauze photo from WMFC Course at UW Continuing Nursing Education.Join other organizations and provide this unique distance learning continuing education course at your agency. 

Top 5 Benefits for Your Agency

  1. Energize wound care team members to update their skills in evidence-based wound management. 
  2. Improve standards of practice, policies and procedures around wound management at your agency.
  3. Save staff time, money, space equipment and supplies! 
  4. Enhance confidence, competence, critical thinking, interprofessional communication and patient outcomes at your agency.
  5. Customize wound care education to agency specific needs. 

 

For more information contact Patty Morrison at pdmor@uw.edu