Wound care is a complex specialty that requires a higher level of expertise than what is offered in the required clinician curriculum. The number of chronic wounds grows exponentially on an annual basis in spite of the advanced dressings and adjunctive treatment options that are available. Education is the key component. Without continuing education, advanced knowledge, and appropriate use, the advances that are made in treatments and modalities are useless. Over the years we have encountered thousands of clinicians whose passion is to learn more about wounds and ultimately heal them.
Our mission is simple, our goals are established, and our intent is transparent. The International Alliance of Wound Care Scholarship Foundation was established to provide support for those clinicians who want to advance their knowledge in wound care by enhancing their education and obtaining certification. This organization will work to enhance the Wound Care Certification credential of the National Alliance of Wound Care and Ostomy.
Special Scholarship Programs
NUTRITION WOUND CARE SCHOLARSHIPS OFFERED! IAWCSF is excited to announce that 2 Nutrition scholarships in the amount of $1500.00 each were awarded to 2 Registered Dietitian Nutritionists for education and certification fees to obtain the Nutrition Wound Care Certified (NWCC) credential offered by the National Alliance of Wound Care and Ostomy. Deadline to apply for these scholarships was April 11, 2022. The response was so overwhelming that we are working with supporters to provide additional scholarships in the near future...
200 WCC SCHOLARSHIPS! IAWCSF is excited to announce that Healiant Training Solutions is offering 200 Wound care scholarships in the amount of $1579.00 each to be awarded to Clinicians for education and certification fees to obtain the Wound Care Certified (WCC) credential offered by the National Alliance of Wound Care and Ostomy. Apply for these scholarships now.
Scholarships will be awarded on need and merit.
Scholarships will also be based on career goals and growth that focus on wound care.
IAWCSF will award scholarships up to $1500.00 (USD) for each chosen individual that must include education and certification.