continence: an update on policy priorities and practice implications in primary care
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continence: an update on policy priorities and practice implications in primary care

Sue Thomas Nursing Policy and Practice Adviser, Royal College of Nursing, London

Recent national policies have created new frameworks and guidance on the assessment and treatment of continence problems. This article offers an update on new policy initiatives relevant to nurses working with older people and discusses the implications for primary care.

Nursing Older People. 13, 9, 21-26. doi: 10.7748/nop2001.12.13.9.21.c2193

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