#15 Prostate cancer with Dr Tony Gianduzzo, urologist
#3 PSA and DRE screening – to do or not to do, where is the evidence? And intensive lifestyle changes in early stage prostate cancer
Urinary Tract Infection Guidelines, from South Australia Health (pdf)
Pelvic Floor First: Encouraging safe pelvic floor exercises
Bladder and bowel diary: to assist health professionals in what kind of incontinence a patient is experiencing
Jean Hailes Foundation: Jean Hailes is a leader in women’s health. We believe in physical and emotional health and wellbeing for all women in Australia throughout their lives
Requires purchase. NHS-designed teaching aid to facilitate bladder control in women.
Free. The Continence Foundation of Australia has developed a free, safe exercising app to both help to prevent incontinence and enable people experiencing problems to continue to exercise without further straining their pelvic floor or suffer embarrassing accidents. Includes 3 customised workouts for all levels.
This unit of study identifies key aspects of continence management and addresses myths and barriers, relevant anatomy, physiology and function, assessment, causes and types of incontinence, management, appliances and aids, and community resources.
Free. In partnership with the Australian Association of Gerontology, this webinar addresses the challenges inherent in managing incontinence in the aged, including nocturia in older community-dwelling adults. Learn the diagnostic features of urinary incontinence in older people, the multifactorial causes of nocturia and explore individualised treatment of nocturia.
The accredited courses in Continence Management and care has been developed in partnership between the Continence Foundation of Australia and The Benchmarque Group.