First Name: Catherine
Last Name: Eager
Organization: Wound Care Protocols
Address Line 1: 1200 NE Territorial Rd
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City: Canby
State: Oregon
Postal Code: 97013
Expert Witness Specialty Nursing RN/LPN
Type of Witness: Plaintiff
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Mobile Email Access: Yes
Web Address: http://
Mobile Number: 503-348-0477
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Catherine A. Eager, BSN, RNC, ETN, CWS is an Enterostomal Therapist and a board certified wound specialist.
She also has ANCC certification in gerontology.
She is a member of WOCN and the Association for the Advancement of Wound Care.Catherine has been a consultant in the wound and skin care arena since 1987.
In 1988, she founded Wound Care Protocols, Inc., a wound and skin care consulting and education firm.
In 1995, she established an outpatient division of Wound Care Protocols, Inc. called Innovative Wound Management Services.
Innovative Wound Management Services currently has an office in Oregon City with outreach sites in Portland, Oregon.

Catherine has developed and presents seminars throughout the Northwest on wound care and the needs of the elderly population.
She is a member of the faculty of Walla Walla College, instructing third and fourth year nursing students in wound care.
She has authored several manuals on topics related to elderly care, including protocols for wound care.
She has been on the planning committee for the Annual Symposium on Advanced Wound Care & Medical Research Forum on Wound Repair for the past two years.

Catherine Eager, BSN, RNBC, …
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Catherine Eager, BSN, RNBC, ET/WOCN, CWS, Consultant and Owner, Wound Care Protocols, IncMs. Eager is an Enterostomal Therapist and a board Certified Wound Specialist.
She also has ANCC certification in gerontology.
She is a member of WOCN and the Association for the Advancement of Wound Care.
She has developed and presents seminars throughout the United States on wound care, pain and the needs of the elderly population.
She has conducted several Research Models interviewing patients regarding pain and pain control.
She has been a member of the faculty of the Walla Walla College of Nursing, instructing third and fourth year nursing students in wound care.
She has authored several manuals and articles on topics related to elderly care, pain and wound care.
She has been on the faculty of the Annual Symposium on Advanced Wound Care & Medical Research Forum on Wound Repair, and the Wound, Ostomy Continence Nurses Annual Meeting.
She is responsible for establishing and teaching classes within the Providence System.
Inquisit – AVOIDING WOUND PAIN, PROMOTING WOUND HEALING
www.inquisit.org, 10 Oct 2001 [cached]

Please join Catherine Eager, BSN, RNC, ETN, CWS, an expert and national speaker on wound care for this educational event. Objectives:Upon conclusion of this 3-hour session the participant will be able to:Relate
the anatomy and physiology of the skin and identify specific changes in
the skin of the elderly List changes in pain perception among the
elderly Use a generally accepted pain scale to assess patient pain

Catherine Eager, BSN, RNC, ETN, CWSMs. Eager is an Enterostomal Therapist and a board certified wound specialist.She also has ANCC certification in gerontology.She is a member of WOCN and the Association for the Advancement of Wound Care.Catherine has been a consultant in the wound and skin care arena since 1987.In 1988, she founded Wound Care Protocols, Inc., a wound and skin care consulting and education firm.In 1995, she established an outpatient division of Wound Care Protocols, Inc. called Innovative Wound Management Services.Catherine has developed and presents seminars throughout the United States on wound care and the needs of the elderly population.She is a member of the faculty of the Walla Walla College of Nursing, instructing third and fourth year nursing students in wound care.She has authored several manuals on topics related to elderly care, including protocols for wound care.She has been on the planning committee for the Annual Symposium on Advanced Wound Care & Medical Research Forum on Wound Repair for the past two years.CME/CEUs:AmeriNet Central is approved as a provider of continuing education in nursing by the Pennsylvania State Nurses Association, which is accredited as an approver of continuing education in nursing by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation.This program offers 3.0 contact hours.AmeriNet Central is approved by the Iowa State Board of Nursing as a provider of continuing education credits.Provider number 333.

Nursing Policy:
www.woundcareprotocols.com, 6 Aug 2006 [cached]

Written by: Cathy Eager, BSN, RNC, WOCN, CWS, Nurse Specialist Wound Ostomy Care
Wound Care Protocols, Inc. – Bibliography
www.woundcareprotocols.com, 1 Jan 2003 [cached]

Catherine A. Eager, BSN, RN, C, CWOCN, CWS


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