Good continence care: tips for nurses working in any setting
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Good continence care: tips for nurses working in any setting

Jennifer Trueland Health journalist

How to ask the right questions, assess symptoms and provide support before offering pads to patients with continence issues

Continence care is a fundamental part of nursing, yet it has long been seen as a Cinderella service. This has only worsened during the pandemic, which saw specialist nurses redeployed to other areas, leading to growing waiting lists and services under pressure.

Nursing Older People. 34, 5, 9-11. doi: 10.7748/nop.34.5.9.s3

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