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Continence care is going down the pan as costs are cut and prices rise


Always down to money! From my experience nurses 'encourage' incontinence by putting pads on patients (a cost to NHS) and then because they're under pressure due to staffing levels patients who request the toilet have to wait (causing an avoidable incontinence)

Posted date

24 June, 2010

Posted time

10:31 am