Wound Care Certification

The world’s leading online wound care education is now free. Start a path to wound care certification!

Vohra is proud to offer online education and certification to increase your knowledge and skills. Select from a variety of options to meet your career or educational goals. Earn annual CNE credits and become wound care certified. All courses are developed by physician wound experts. The American Nurses Credentialing Center has accredited all Continuing Nurse Education Credits.


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Acute and Chronic Wounds

The heart of our services and expertise. This provides a background on wound types faced by wound care professionals and teaches evidence based care.

Wound Healing

Understanding the physiologic fundamentals behind the recovery of the body from external wounds will lay the foundation for treatment and management. This is an introduction to the phases and factors affecting normal wound healing.

Wound Care Treatment Options

An abundance of wound healing solutions has emerged to manage the needs of our patients. Knowing which product to use is an indispensable tool in the treatment of a wounds

Nutrition

Often overlooked, meeting a patient’s nutritional needs is a vital element that is as much a part of wound care as the other aspects of treatment. This module discusses nutritional concepts in the context of wound healing and nutritional status assessment and intervention.

Support Surfaces

Patient who are unable to move or change position are at a great risk of developing pressure injury. Prevention can be achieved by combining treatment protocols with proper offloading. Here you will learn the characteristics of different support surfaces and what they each offer.

Management & Treatment of Vascular Ulcers

Vascular ulcers require special attention from health professionals due to the multifaceted nature of the wounds, risk of possible amputation, as well as the significant burden they place on a patient. We discuss how to handle these complex wounds. 

Atypical Wounds

On occasion, a wound care professional will encounter cases that, because of their pathophysiology, will require special treatment. We present five atypical wound types that must be recognized to ensure that optimal care is given to all patients. 

Infection Control

Wounds expose tissue that are normally protected by the skin, making them susceptible to infection. By restricting factors that are favorable to pathologic organisms and by promoting an environment that stimulates the immune system, wounds are able to heal without complications.  Learn how to properly recognize and treat wound infections. 

Geriatric Skin Conditions

The geriatric patient is particularly prone to developing dermatologic conditions due to intrinsic and extrinsic factors.  The structure and function of the skin changes with age and many common condition are presented to wound care providers

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FREE Education

Education Content Only
$ 0 USD
  • 9 Core Modules
  • Unlimited Access

CNE Credits Only

No Certification
$ 95 USD
  • 9 Core Modules
  • 18 ANCC CNE Credit Hours

Certification & CNE

Wound Care Certification & CNE
$ 410 USD
  • 11 Core Modules
  • 20 ANCC CNE Credit Hours

Wound Care Certification

No CNE
$ 349 USD
  • 11 Core Modules
  • No CNE Credits

Testimonials

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Very helpful

The Vohra Wound Certification program was an interesting course and it was very helpful. I use the things that I learned in the course and I apply them when I’m out on the floor.

Dawanna White
Mergate Health & Rehab

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Acute and Chronic Wounds

The heart of our services and expertise. This provides a background on wound types faced by wound care professionals and teaches evidence based care.

Wound Healing

Understanding the physiologic fundamentals behind the recovery of the body from external wounds will lay the foundation for treatment and management. This is an introduction to the phases and factors affecting normal wound healing.

Wound Care Treatment Options

An abundance of wound healing solutions has emerged to manage the needs of our patients. Knowing which product to use is an indispensable tool in the treatment of a wounds

Nutrition

Often overlooked, meeting a patient’s nutritional needs is a vital element that is as much a part of wound care as the other aspects of treatment. This module discusses nutritional concepts in the context of wound healing and nutritional status assessment and intervention.

Support Surfaces

Patient who are unable to move or change position are at a great risk of developing pressure injury. Prevention can be achieved by combining treatment protocols with proper offloading. Here you will learn the characteristics of different support surfaces and what they each offer.

Management & Treatment of Vascular Ulcers

Vascular ulcers require special attention from health professionals due to the multifaceted nature of the wounds, risk of possible amputation, as well as the significant burden they place on a patient. We discuss how to handle these complex wounds. 

Atypical Wounds

On occasion, a wound care professional will encounter cases that, because of their pathophysiology, will require special treatment. We present five atypical wound types that must be recognized to ensure that optimal care is given to all patients. 

Infection Control

Wounds expose tissue that are normally protected by the skin, making them susceptible to infection. By restricting factors that are favorable to pathologic organisms and by promoting an environment that stimulates the immune system, wounds are able to heal without complications.  Learn how to properly recognize and treat wound infections. 

Geriatric Skin Conditions

The geriatric patient is particularly prone to developing dermatologic conditions due to intrinsic and extrinsic factors.  The structure and function of the skin changes with age and many common condition are presented to wound care providers