Continence Care Webinar Series during World Continence Week

21 - 25th June 2021

Continence Care Webinar Series during

World Continence Week

As part of World continence Week, the Nursing Times will be hosting a series of five, free webinars from the 21st - 25th June, supported by an educational grant from Essity.

 

Aimed at nurses and healthcare professionals involved in providing continence care, the series will help nurses develop their practice and improve the quality of continence care which is an essential skill.

 

In this series of five webinars, hosted by Eileen Shepherd, Clinical Editor, Nursing Times, our expert contributors will explore the following key principles of continence care:

 

  • Assessment of bladder function and the continence pathway
  • Management of bowel incontinence
  • Assessment and management of continence problems in acute care
  • Incontinence associated dermatitis
  • Continence care at end of life

 

The webinar series is funded by an educational grant from Essity and is supported by the Association for Continence Advice.

 

Webinar details

21 June from 7.30pm

Assessment of bladder function and the continence pathway

Patricia McDermott, Consultant Nurse Specialist, Urology and QNI Nurse, Bailiwick of Guernsey



22 June 2021 from 7.30pm

Management of bowel incontinence

Ann Yates, Director of Continence Services, Cardiff and Vale University Health Board

 

23rd June 2021 from 7.30pm

Assessment and management of continence problems in acute care

Nikki Cotterill, associate professor in continence care, UWE BristolJackie Rees, nurse consultant for continence, Newcastle Hospitals NHS Foundation TrustAlyson Laws, specialist nurse for continence, Newcastle Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

 

24 June 2021 from 7:30pm

Incontinence associated dermatitis

Heather Ogle, lead nurse – tissue viability, Western Health & Social Care Trust

 

25 June 2021 from 7:30pm

Continence care at end of lifePolly Weston, team lead bay wide bladder and bowel service, University Hospitals of Morecambe Bay NHS Foundation Trust

 

You can use our webinars as part of your CPD by completing the brief information required by the NMC in its CPD log template. If you subscribe to Nursing Times and store your revalidation evidence in your NT portfolio (located in the CPD zone https://www.nursingtimes.net/learning-units-and-portfolio/ ) you can do this by completing the online form in the My CPD section.


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