Category list : Enuresis
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After a redesign of Scottish school nursing services led to patchy provision of support for children and young people with nocturnal enuresis, the ‘GIRFEC’ approach offers a template for standardising services
Increasing recognition of childhood incontinenceSubscription
A pilot project is training health professionals to recognise continence problems in children during routine appointments, to ensure they receive early intervention
Nursingtimes.net is partnering with Netbuddy to help nurses care for people with learning disabilities. Here, we look at tips on bedwetting.
Older people recovering from hip fractures respond better to intermittent catheterisation to prevent urinary retention than those who have an indwelling urethral catheter, according to the results of a recent study.
Thousands of children and young people who dread summer sleepovers and holidays because they have enuresis (bedwetting) will be able to access information through a new awareness-raising campaign.
Resources, useful organisations, links, and articles from the Nursing Times archive for nurses working with bowel and bladder dysfunction in children and adolescents
VOL: 102, ISSUE: 12, PAGE NO: 49 Penny Dobson, MSc, RGN, CQSW, is director Anne Weaver, RGN, is clinical adviser, Education and Resources for Improving Childhood Continence (ERIC)