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Test your knowledge on continence assessement


Test your knowledge and gain evidence of your professional development with Nursing Times Self-assessment bite-size CPD

Nursing Times Self-assessment enables you to test your knowledge after reading an article from our clinical archive. The multiple-choice assessment includes feedback, and the option to download a personalised certificate if you achieve a pass mark. The certificate can be used as evidence that you’re undertaking professional development, and stored in your NT Portfolio. This self-assessment tests your knowledge after reading the following article:

Yates A (2018) How to perform a comprehensive baseline continence assessment. Nursing Times [online]; 114: 5, 26-29.

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Readers' comments (2)

  • I disagree with some of the answers to the questions people can have small amounts of urinary incontinence with more than the answers you gave, and I got 8 of the 10 correct and got less than 80%

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  • I will give correct answers when i repeat this learning module.

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