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Men of Clay

Event Dates and Times

11/17/2017 - 1/31/2018
B-Framed Galleries, 313 S. Barstow St. Eau Claire, WI 54703
B-Framed Galleries announces its newest exhibit of ceramic artwork "Men of Clay" featuring John Onkka of St. Croix county and John Clazmer from Racine, WI. Onkka's career spans over 40 years with one-of-a-kind wall murals and landscape-inspired stoneware. Clazmer specializes in Raku and wood fired pottery but also creates wheel-thrown stoneware. "Men of Clay" at B-Framed Galleries Winter 2017.
Cindy Wing-Reed 715-832-4476

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Wound Treatment Associate Online Program

Event Dates and Times

Clinical skills test site: UW-Eau Claire College of Nursing; 105 Garfield Ave. Eau Claire, WI 54701 Online course start date: January 15, 2018; Clinical skills competency test date: April 14, 2018
This program satisfies a portion of the requirements needed to complete the Wound Treatment Associate Certification. Please see the WOCNCB for a full list of requirements.

Become a Skilled Wound Care Provider. Earn Contact Hours.

The Wound Treatment Associate Program is a Wound, Ostomy, and Continence Nurses (WOCN) Society-endorsed educational program geared towards non-specialty licensed nurses.

The WTA program is a 13-week online course, with a post-program onsite skills check at the UW-Eau Claire College of Nursing. The WTA Program can help you with daily patient monitoring, pressure ulcer prevention and basic wound management to improve outcomes for your patients.

Major topics covered through the WTA program include:
• A&P of Skin and Soft Tissue: Implications for Routine Care
• Skin and Tissue Loss Caused by External Factors
• Establishing Protocols for Prevention
• Legal and Regulatory Issues
• Physiology of Wound Healing
• Systemic Factors Affecting Repair
• Wound Assessment and Documentation
• Guidelines for Topical Therapy
• Assessment and Management of Refractory Wounds
• Management of Arterial/Ischemic Ulcers
• Management of Venous Ulcers
• Prevention and Management of Neuropathic Ulcers
Jackie Giles