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Continence clinical guidelines and resources

Resources for continence aid prescribers and their clients are listed.  It is incumbent on the user to update data as new evidence becomes available in order to keep the content current.

Clinical guidelines

Clinical resources

Resources for consumers

  • Did You Know? Brochure (2012) (PDF, 336kB) a generic handout to raise awareness of continence issues
     
  • Bladder Diary Form (PDF, 33kB) and Bowel Habit Diary Form (PDF, 160kB) client friendly information and instructions for the initial assessment and management of incontinence
     
  • Healthy Body - Healthy Bladder and Bowel (2010) a take-home resource clients that promotes important lifestyle habits for continence and the initial management of urinary incontinence.

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander resources

  • Got Problems with your Waterworks or Bowels? (2008) (PDF, 330kB) encourages Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to talk to a health worker if experiencing urinary incontinence
     
  • Diappers Red Flag A4 Poster (2010) (PDF, 728kB) to assist Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health workers assist their clients to identify common bladder and bowel problems
     
  • Healthy Body - Healthy Bladder and Bowel (2010) a take-home resource for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander clients that promotes important lifestyle habits for continence and the initial management of urinary incontinence in a clear, illustrated style (suitable for people with low literacy levels).

Last updated: 3 February 2016

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