Catherine Michelle Robinson, LVN & ADON

The Vohra Wound Care Scholarship for Nursing Education and Nursing Certifications

Vohra Wound Physicians will select one scholarship recipient to receive a free tuition for Vohra’s Wound Care Certification course, valued at $650.

The deadline to apply is 06/30/21 11:59 PM EST.

We have our third scholarship winner!

We are pleased to announce that Catherine Michelle Robinson, LVN & ADON, from Athens Healthcare and Rehab in Texas is the recipient of Vohra’s Wound Care Scholarship for Nursing Education and Nursing Certifications!

Michelle is taking home a free tuition for Vohra’s Wound Care Certification course, valued at $650. Congratulations!

“I like wound care because it is very rewarding and with the elderly can be a dignity thing.”

- Catherine Michelle Robinson, LVN/ADON, and Vohra’s Third Scholarship Recipient.

Due to the overwhelmingly positive response, we are excited to share that the next Vohra Wound Care Scholarship for Nursing Education and Nursing Certifications recipient will be announced on 07/14/21!

The deadline to apply for the upcoming scholarship
opportunity is 06/30/21 11:59 PM EST

Register your account and start learning more about our certification options for Facility-based nurses and Home Health-based nurses.

Now more than ever, nurses and healthcare professionals need all of the personal and professional support they can receive. Vohra, the global leader in wound care, including education and certification, is dedicated to helping nurses learn the skills they need to excel.

The Vohra Wound Care Scholarship for Nursing Education and Nursing Certifications exists to provide a scholarship to current nurses or nursing students in pursuit of a nursing degree, who seek financial assistance and show interest in earning a wound care certification.

Vohra Wound Physicians will select one scholarship recipient for a chance to receive a free tuition for Vohra’s Wound Care Certification course, valued at $650.

Helping you build a long, successful career in the field of nursing is our number one priority. This scholarship, along with access to our wound care course and certification program gives you a rare opportunity to take your nursing career to new heights.

“I feel like the more I educate myself, the more confidence they will have in me and the easier it would be for me to treat their wounds.”

- Catherine Michelle Robinson, LVN/ADON, and Vohra’s Third Scholarship Recipient.

What does the scholarship include?

Full tuition waiver for Vohra’s comprehensive Wound Care Certification* (a $650 value)

The course includes 11 core modules + 3 bonus modules, unlimited access to the learning materials, 30 ANCC CNE Credits, and an official Vohra Wound Care Certification upon passing the final exam

*The continuing nursing education credits earned through the program are approved by the Maryland Nurses Association, which is an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation.

Who is eligible?

Current nurses and/or nursing students who are interested in learning more about wound care are eligible to apply.

You may benefit from this scholarship if you
are studying to become a:

  • Registered Nurse (RN)
  • Licensed Practical Nurses (LPN)
  • Licensed Vocational Nurses (LVN)
  • Nurse Practitioner (NP)
  • Physician Assistant (PA)
  • Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA)

How do I apply?

It only takes a few minutes to apply. Just fill out the form below with your contact information, and then tell us in a few words why you are interested in learning more about wound care.

When is the deadline to apply?

The next Vohra Wound Care Scholarship for Nursing Education and Nursing Certifications recipient will be announced on 07/14/21.

The deadline to apply for the upcoming scholarship opportunity is 06/30/21 11:59 PM EST.

Why should I become Wound Care Certified?

Whether you’re a nursing student at the beginning of your career or a seasoned practitioner with ample clinical experience, earning a Wound Care Certification is an essential next step in your professional development, arming you with the skills and expertise you need to advance your career, improve patient outcomes, and be happier and more successful at work.

“I think that after being certified I can proudly say ´I am wound care certified´ and that gives them the confidence to trust me to take care of their wounds..”

- Catherine Michelle Robinson, LVN/ADON, and Vohra’s Third Scholarship Recipient.

Here are the top 5 reasons a Wound Care Certification
can take your nursing career to the next level:

Increased Earning Potential:

If you hold a Vohra Wound Care Certification, employers will value your expertise and are therefore likely to pay you more. Earning the Vohra Wound Certified Nurse (VWCN™) distinction will validate your wound care competency and make you a valuable asset in any healthcare setting.

Job Security:

The Vohra Wound Certified Nurse designation will establish you as a wound care professional, a highly sought-after skill in healthcare. By positioning yourself as a wound care specialist to your employer and colleagues, you become a vital member of any skilled nursing team.

Better Work-Life Balance:

Wound care specialists often report improved work-life balance because they rarely work evenings or weekends and enjoy predictable schedules and less stress. They typically also have the flexibility to choose part- or full-time hours.

It’s Personally Fulfilling:

Advanced training in wound care means you’re equipped with the skills and training you need to immediately improve patient outcomes. When you put your new clinical care skills into action, you’ll see firsthand the positive impact your expertise can have on patients’ lives and their overall health.

Meet Your CNE Requirements:

A Wound Care Certification is a great way to fulfill your yearly continuing nursing education requirements, while also enhancing your own personal and professional development.

“I am all about educate myself. So, then I can be a leader as an ADON and teach my nurses the things that I have learned to take better care of our residents.

- Catherine Michelle Robinson, LVN/ADON, and Vohra’s Third Scholarship Recipient.

Let us help you invest in your future!
Apply for the Vohra Scholarship now!


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