Leaking and urgency: are you ignoring symptoms of urinary incontinence?
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Leaking and urgency: are you ignoring symptoms of urinary incontinence?

Erin Dean Health journalist

Demographic and occupational factors increase the risk for nurses, but many are reluctant to seek help, experts say

Addressing patients’ continence needs is an important aspect of many nursing roles, but a significant proportion in the profession are also likely to be struggling with their own bladder problems.

Nursing Standard. 36, 5, 67-70. doi: 10.7748/ns.36.5.67.s27

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