Open enrollment for Vohra's Certification ends on Aug 31st

You can transform your career by becoming an expert in wound care prevention and management.
During the open enrollment period, you have the opportunity to enroll in wound education to qualify for Vohra’s Wound Care Certification. Becoming Vohra certified helps you to determine the best way to treat your patients and improve their quality of life. What’s more, it’s one of the best ways to enhance your professional skills and take your nursing career to the next level. Because our advanced training is 100% online, you have the flexibility to learn at your pace and at a time convenient for you.
Vohra Wound Physicians, the nation’s most trusted wound care solution, opens the enrollment period for the Vohra Wound Care Certification this week.

Open enrollment for Vohra's Certification ends on Aug 31st

Estimated Hours
to Complete

25 HOURS

Accredited
CNEs*

30 CREDITS

Vohra Wound Care
Certification Price

$650 USD

*This nursing continuing professional development activity is approved by the Maryland Nurses Association,an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation.

Why Earn a Wound Care Certification?

Our comprehensive program will provide you evidence-based education on the following topics:

ACUTE AND CHRONIC WOUNDS

Understand the damage to the skin and the underlying structures and determine the type of wounds based on the etiology. 

ATYPICAL WOUNDS

Review some of the more common challenges nurses and clinicians face in identifying and managing rare, yet potentially life-threatening, atypical wounds. 

GERIATRIC SKIN CONDITIONS

Review what researchers are finding about common geriatric skin conditions. 

WOUND CARE TREATMENT OPTIONS

Review the approach to wound dressing choices and the vital role that moisture plays in promoting faster healing for your patients. 

INFECTION CONTROL

Checkout the most common mistakes in controlling infection and refresh the necessary protocols to keep yourself and your patients healthy and safe. 

WOUND HEALING

Obtain a comprehensive, research-based overview of wound healing processes and considerations for local and systemic factors that affect wound healing. 

DELAYED WOUND HEALING

Cover the factors that can delay wound healing and learn to address them early to prevent delays. 

NUTRITION

Identify how to stimulate patients’ appetites so they receive the necessary nutrients and calories needed to restore health and recover from their wounds. 

MANAGEMENT & TREATMENT OF VASCULAR ULCERS

Understand the main categories of vascular ulcers and list the risk factors as well as learn how to diagnose PAD. 

OSTOMY CARE

Recognize the types of intestinal stomas and urinary diversions, recommend appropriate management and differentiate the various ostomy devices and supplies. 

SUPPORT SURFACES

Learn the mechanical forces involved in the development of pressure wounds to easily identify the support surfaces that best meet patients’ needs. 

WOUND ROUNDS & ASSESSMENT

List the key elements in evaluation and assessment of wound progress and properly determine wound measurement. 

PREVENTION OF RE-HOSPITALIZATIONS

Discuss the risks associated with hospital readmissions and reduce rehospitalizations through monitoring changes in wound conditions. 

F686 REGULATORY REQUIREMENTS

Break down the F-686 regulations to ensure operating within federal guidelines and avoid citations and penalties.