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ANZCJ Vol19, No 1, 2013 (English)
The Winter 2012 edition contains the following articles: Impact of relaxation breathing on the internal anal sphincter in patients with faecal incontinence. L Bartlett, K Sloots, M Nowak & Y-H Ho Improving bowel care in residential aged care facilities. K Svedas & K Wise Water for wellbeing: promoting oral hydration in the elderly. S McCarthy & D Manning  (Journal)

Continence Products and Toileting Aids: Personal Characteristics and Specific Considerations When Selecting Continence Products and Toileting Aids (2010) (English)
This booklet provides a detailed analysis of different types of commonly used continence products and aids. Individual characteristics such as gross and fine motor skills, weight, vision, and cognitive function are considered for each style of product. Due to the size of the Continence Products and Toileting Aids, we are unable to display on this webpage, please visit the Queensland Department of Health website at http://www.health.qld.gov.au/mass/prescribe/continence/resources.asp  (Guidelines)

Organisation/Publisher: HACC/MASS Continence Project

Development and dissemination of 'nocturia' guidelines for health professionals and consumers : final report (English)
The National Continence Management Strategy's report on Development and Dissemination of ‘Nocturia’ Guidelines for Health Professionals and Consumers April 2003. To obtain a copy of these report go to http://www.health.gov.au| http://www.bladderbowel.gov.au.  (Other)

Organisation/Publisher: Department of Health - Continence Programs
Date of publication/last review: April 2003

First Steps in the Management of Urinary Incontinence in Community-Dwelling Older People: A clinical practice guideline for primary clinicians (registered nurses and allied health professionals) Third edition 2010 Chapters 1-6 (English)
This is a Medical Aids Subsidy Scheme (MASS) continence resource. This evidence based, best practice guideline has been written for primary level registered nurses and allied health professionals to assist in the initial assessment and management of urinary incontinence. It is an essential reference for all clinicians working with older people who have urinary incontinence. This is Chapters 1-6. Downloaded with permission from Queensland Government MASS: http://www.health.qld.gov.au/mass/docs/resources/continence/firststepsfirsthalf.pdf  (Guidelines)

Organisation/Publisher: HACC/MASS Continence Project

First Steps in the Management of Urinary Incontinence in Community-Dwelling Older People: A clinical practice guideline for primary clinicians (registered nurses and allied health professionals) Third edition 2010 Chapters 7-12 (English)
This is a Medical Aids Subsidy Scheme (MASS) continence resource. This evidence based, best practice guideline has been written for primary level registered nurses and allied health professionals to assist in the initial assessment and management of urinary incontinence. It is an essential reference for all clinicians working with older people who have urinary incontinence. This is Chapters 7-12. Downloaded with permission from Queensland Government MASS: http://www.health.qld.gov.au/mass/docs/resources/continence/firststepssecondhalf.pdf  (Guidelines)

Organisation/Publisher: HACC/MASS Continence Project

First Steps in the Management of Urinary Incontinence in Community-Dwelling Older People: A clinical practice guideline for primary clinicians (registered nurses and allied health professionals) Third edition 2010 Cover & Table of Contents (English)
This is a Medical Aids Subsidy Scheme (MASS) continence resource. This evidence based, best practice guideline has been written for primary level registered nurses and allied health professionals to assist in the initial assessment and management of urinary incontinence. It is an essential reference for all clinicians working with older people who have urinary incontinence. This is the Cover and Table of Contents. Downloaded with permission from Queensland Government MASS: http://www.health.qld.gov.au/mass/docs/resources/continence/firststepstocpreface.pdf  (Guidelines)

Organisation/Publisher: HACC/MASS Continence Project

Guidelines for Conducting Presentations with an Interpreter (English)
Working with an accredited interpreter is very important when providing education to culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) groups, particularly on the subject of incontinence. This fact sheet provides guidelines and suggestions on how to work effectively with an interpreter when conducting a group presentation.  (Fact sheet)

Organisation/Publisher: Continence Foundation of Australia

Guidelines for Health Professionals - Working with Interpreters in a Continence Assessment (English)
The use of accredited interpreters is very important in the healthcare setting to assist in meeting the needs of clients and health professionals alike. This fact sheet outlines how to work effectively with an interpreter in a continence assessment to ensure the best outcomes for all involved.  (Fact sheet)

Organisation/Publisher: Continence Foundation of Australia

Guidelines for Interpreters - What to Expect in a Continence Assessment (English)
This fact sheet has been designed to provide interpreters with a better understanding of what to expect when asked to interpret for a client attending a continence assessment. This fact sheet will help interpreters to work within a setting where the topic is sensitive and the investigative procedure may be invasive.  (Fact sheet)

Organisation/Publisher: Continence Foundation of Australia

Pessary Guidelines (English)
This document includes guidelines for the use of support pessaries in the management of pelvic organ prolapse. It also has information on the fitting and care of pessary products. http://w3.unisa.edu.au/cahe/Resources/GuidelinesiCAHE/iCAHEGuidelines.asp  (Booklet)

Organisation/Publisher: Continence Foundation of Australia
Date of publication/last review: 18 July 2012

Recommended guidelines/core elements for continence content in undergraduate nursing and midwifery curriculum (English)
Recommended guidelines/core elements for continence content in undergraduate nursing and midwifery curriculum. Copies available also from www.bladderbowel.gov.au.  (Brochure)

Organisation/Publisher: Department of Health - Continence Programs

Second Steps in the Management of Urinary Incontinence in Community-Dwelling Older People: A clinical practice guideline for clinicians with a special interest in continence -Second edition 2008 (Second Steps CPG) PART A (English)
Part A: This evidence based, best practice guideline includes advanced continence information for secondary level continence clinicians who have undergone post-graduate training in continence, or who have a special interest and experience in continence management. Downloaded with permission from Queensland Government MASS: http://www.health.qld.gov.au/mass/docs/resources/continence/secstepparta.pdf  (Guidelines)

Organisation/Publisher: HACC/MASS Continence Project

Second Steps in the Management of Urinary Incontinence in Community-Dwelling Older People: A clinical practice guideline for clinicians with a special interest in continence -Second edition 2008 (Second Steps CPG) PART B (English)
Part B: This evidence based, best practice guideline includes advanced continence information for secondary level continence clinicians who have undergone post-graduate training in continence, or who have a special interest and experience in continence management. Downloaded with permission from Queensland Government MASS: http://www.health.qld.gov.au/mass/docs/resources/continence/secsteppartb.pdff  (Guidelines)

Organisation/Publisher: HACC/MASS Continence Project

Second Steps in the Management of Urinary Incontinence in Community-Dwelling Older People: A clinical practice guideline for clinicians with a special interest in continence -Second edition 2008 (Second Steps CPG) PART C (English)
Part C: This evidence based, best practice guideline includes advanced continence information for secondary level continence clinicians who have undergone post-graduate training in continence, or who have a special interest and experience in continence management. Downloaded with permission from Queensland Government MASS: http://www.health.qld.gov.au/mass/docs/resources/continence/secsteppartc.pdf  (Guidelines)

Organisation/Publisher: HACC/MASS Continence Project

The Companion Guide to “First Steps in the Management of Urinary Incontinence in Community-Dwelling Older People CPG” (2010) (English)
An A5 pocket guide to assessment and management of urinary incontinence, this user friendly summary of the key evidence from the ‘First Steps CPG’ can be referred to while in consultation with a client. Downloaded with permission from Queensland Government MASS: http://www.health.qld.gov.au/mass/docs/resources/continence/firststepscompanion.pdf  (Guidelines)

Organisation/Publisher: HACC/MASS Continence Project