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The case study of a man in his early 20s with continence problems illustrates how young adults need support and understanding to self-manage bowel and bladder issues
Professionals, patients and families give their views on the use of restrictive practices in psychiatric inpatient services for children and young people. This article comes with a handout for a journal club discussion
Sandra Hanson and Helen Ripper made a video that helps parents and GPs to treat childhood constipation in the community. Their initiative won the Continence Promotion and Care category in the 2017 Nursing Times Awards
Admission to a paediatric intensive care unit is often a difficult experience for children and families. This article reports on a Florence Nightingale Foundation travel fellowship
Establishing a mental health clinic at a GP practice improved access to treatment. This initiative won the awards for Nursing in Mental Health and Nurse of the Year in the 2016 Nursing Times Awards
What is the evidence around non-drug approaches used to manage procedural pain in neonates? Find out in part two of our three-part series on managing paediatric pain
Good pain assessment in children is crucial for effective management. This article is accompanied by a self-assessment questionnaire so you can test your knowledge after reading it
Diagnosing urinary tract infections in children: research-based rules to aid decision making in primary careSubscription
A large prospective study has explored the diagnostic features of urinary tract infections in young children and produced a two-step rule for decision making
Effects of continence problems on childrenSubscription
An ongoing study has found that perceived stigmatisation causes feelings of shame in children with continence problems and results in them avoiding social activities
Changes in provision mean bladder and bowel problems are no longer the remit of school nurses. Is their involvement essential or a costly luxury?