My Scope of Practice

My Scope of Practice: Relationships Affect Care

Donna Morrow, RN, WCC, DWC, OMS, knows building the provider-patient relationship is crucial to successful ostomy and wound management care plans....

My Scope of Practice: Innovating Through Educating

Nursing has many facets: caring for patients, consulting with physicians, and performing diagnostic tests, to name just a few....

My Scope of Practice: Take A Load Off

Gwen Jewell, RN, BSN, CWS, often asks herself why she is so obsessed with creating the perfect offloading devices....

My Scope of Practice: Welcome to OWM’s Editorial Board Members

With the growth of Ostomy Wound Management, the journal has added several new Editorial Board members in 2017....

My Scope of Practice: Caring for the Skin in the Game

Connie Hatley, EdD, RN, CNOR, CLNC always believed “the possibilities are endless” with a nursing career. With 40 years of experience, Connie has worked in nearly every nursing specialty....

My Scope of Practice: The Titles Tell It All

Celebrating 15 years as a column, My Scope of Practice salutes practitioners in all settings and in all specialties connected to wound, ostomy, and continence care....

My Scope of Practice: Running to Shake Up Wound Care

Increasing awareness, improving care, and integrating research into wound care on a global stage are part of the personal and professional missions of Barbara Bates-Jensen (aka BBJ), PhD, RN, FAAN....

My Scope of Practice: A Retrospective: The Civil War Nurse

Bearing the bandages, water and sponge, 
Straight and swift to my wounded I go, 
Where they lie on the ground after the battle brought in,  
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My Scope of Practice: Advancing Wound Care in Rural Areas

Tomorrow our seeds will grow. All we need is dedication. — Lauryn Hill, singer-songwriter...

My Scope of Practice: Building Relationships Across the Care Continuum

Never above you. Never below you. Always beside you. — Walter Winchell (1897-1972) ...