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Apply Now! WOC Institute Awards & Scholarships

Each year, graduates of the WOC-EP and/or SWAN Program may apply for awards and bursaries from the Wound, Ostomy & Continence Institute.


While presentations will be made at the annual WOC-EP Graduation Ceremony, you do not have to be present to receive your award/bursary. Please note that you can apply for multiple awards.


The following awards are now accepting applications!


Molnlycke Health Care Indigenous Award

Objectives

To recognize:

  • Academic excellence in wound, ostomy and continence education

  • The vision of an Indigenous NSWOC or SWAN graduate that demonstrates how they will “give back” to their community.

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7 Generations Medical Indigenous Award


Value: $5,250

Objective

  • To recognize volunteerism by an Indigenous NSWOC graduate that “gives back” to their community.


Learn More and Apply Now!

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Nightingale Medical NSWOC Trailblazer Award


Value: $2,500.00


Objectives:

  • Provide financial support to a British Columbia based NSWOCC WOC-EP Graduate who has demonstrated leadership and innovation in wound, ostomy and continence care as an integral part of the healthcare team

  • Acknowledge the career contributions made by Gail Hawke as a “Trail Blazer” making a positive impact on NSWOC and the specialized care of wound, ostomy and continence patients

  • Motivate a British Columbian NSWOCC WOC-EP graduate to think outside of the box in creating new opportunities to build the profile of NSWOCs and NSWOC practice in order to support wound, ostomy and continence patients


Learn More and Apply Now!

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The Vancouver United Ostomy Association Award


Value: $1,000


Objectives:

  • To recognize a BC NSWOC who has demonstrated a high degree of volunteerism with, and support of, people in the Vancouver, lower mainland or province of BC area living with an ostomy.

  • To recognize volunteerism by an NSWOC that “gives back” to the ostomy community in the Vancouver, lower mainland or province of BC area.


Learn More and Apply Now!

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Ostomy Canada Society Post-Secondary School Award


Value: $1,000 per award


Objectives: