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Continence care

Using technology to encourage ward-culture change and provide individualised bladder care

Seen as a low priority in acute care settings (Percival et al, 2021), continence care can easily be misunderstood as being inevitable for patients. However, it is important to remember that...

Improving knowledge of continence care to prevent skin damage associated with incontinence

This improvement programme was deemed exempt from ethics review according to local Trust policy.

Supporting better adherence among patients engaged in intermittent self-catherisation

To conduct the study, we started by identifying an engaged group of doctors and nurses working in urology or rehabilitation wards in five countries, all of whom had extensive experience with:.

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