Join the NT twitter chat special on dignity, continence and the Francis report
Nursing Times and the Association for Continence Advice are co-hosting a twitter discussion on Tuesday 10 September at 1pm.
Francis highlighted that 67% of the cases of oral evidence presented raised significant concerns about continence, including bladder and bowel care. This area of care was singled out for complaint more frequently than any other, indicating just how important dignified continence care is to overall standards.
Yet Mr Francis failed to make any specific recommendations on continence care.
Do you have a specific question about continence care? Do you have any ideas about how it could be improved?
How do I join in?
Search for #NTtwitchat on twitter and use this hashtag in the tweets you want to be a part of the chat.
1pm Tuesday 10 September
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