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This Video Learning Activity (VLA) examines why many people may experience urinary incontinence across their lifespan, and how this symptom can be managed in order to reduce the impact it can have on the person experiencing it and those who care for them.

Topics include:

  • Overview
  • Pathophysiology and risk factors
  • Assessment
  • The different types of incontinence

Target audience:

This VLA is designed for all nurses and midwives at all levels of experience, working across a variety of settings. Whilst this VLA may be of interest to all nurses and midwives, it may be particularly useful for nurses working in the following settings:

  • Continence
  • Diabetes
  • Mental Health
  • Wound Management
  • Women’s Health
  • Gynaecology
  • Obstetrics
  • Aged Care
  • Primary Care





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This Video Learning Activity (VLA) covers the sensitive, yet important, topic of how to best manage urinary incontinence, both personally and in community settings such as the home and residential aged care facilities.

Topics include:

  • The management plan
  • Management strategies
  • Cognitive, behavioural and CALD considerations
  • Evaluation and review of the management plan

Target audience:

This VLA is designed for nurses and midwives at all levels of experience working across residential, primary, tertiary and community sectors.






100


video activity

quiz

evaluation