Department of Health

Further information - continence

E-learning resources

Continence in Older People, Victorian Geriatric Medicine Training Program (takes approximately one hour to complete)
Online education program for NSQHS standards, Health Service accreditation in Victoria, Department of Health and Human Services

Audio Visual Resources

Association for Elderly Medicine Education Mini GEMs Geriatrics E-learning Modules

  • Constipation: Easing the Strain
  • “Urine Leaks – Contain Yourself!” – Urinary Incontinence in Frail Older People
  • Myths and MSUs

 

Additional/further resources

Disability Services: The Victorian Aids and Equipment Program (A&EP)The Victorian Aids and Equipment Program (A&EP) provides people with a permanent or long-term disability with subsidised aids, equipment

Bladder and Bowel website

International Continence Society

Continence Foundation of Australia

Victorian Continence Resource Centre

ICIQ-Urinary Incontinence Short Form

National Continence Helpline (1800 33 00 66)

The Helpline is staffed 8am-8pm (AEST) Monday to Friday by continence nurse advisors who provide advice, resources and referrals to local continence clinics.

Reviewed 05 October 2015

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