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Better assessment can lead to improved continence

Better assessment can lead to improved continence


Jayne Richardson
Clinical Nurse Specialist for Continence Care
Scarborough and North East Yorkshire NHS Trust

In conversation these days many of us think nothing of discussing our family problems, talking openly about cancer and heart disease and even our sex lives. Incontinence, however, is still a no-go area, considered shameful and guaranteed to make your conversation falter. Incontinence can cause people to feel isolated from family, friends and colleagues.

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