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The Australian Continence Exchange (ACE) is an online catalogue designed to assist health professionals in their approach to continence health management support. The site provides access to

  • Online database on continence related resources
  • Professional development through education opportunities 
  • The latest news and upcoming events related to incontinence

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ANZCJ Vol17 No 1, 2011 (English)
Contents of Vol 17 No 1 journal: Dietary supplement usage by Japanese adults with urinary incontinence; Community physiotherapy and continence nurse specialist management of a woman with multiple sclerosis and urinary incontinence: a case study; Pelvic floor muscle assessment in standing and lying position using transabdominal ultrasound; Parents describe experiences in KEEA survey; Vale: Dr Gordon Baron-Hay; The remarkable story of the Continence Foundation of Australia; Australian and New Zealand news.  (Journal)

ANZCJ Vol18, No 2, 2012 (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)

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)

ANZCJ Vol19, No 4, 2013 (English)  (Journal)

Date of publication/last review: 1/12/2013

Arthritis and bladder and bowel control (English)
This factsheet assists people looking for more information and advice about arthritis and how it can affect bladder and bowel control.  (Fact sheet)

Organisation/Publisher: Continence Foundation of Australia
Date of publication/last review: June 2010

Bladder Diary (English)
A bladder diary can assist health professionals in determining what type of incontinence you are experiencing. This can then assist in the development of an individual treatment program to manage urinary incontinence.  (Fact sheet)

Organisation/Publisher: Continence Foundation of Australia
Date of publication/last review: 2011

Bladder Management Problems & Self Assessment Questionnaire (English)
This leaflet contains a short self-assessment questionnaire to determine if you have a bladder management problem (urinary incontinence). It also provides information on where you can get help. For copies of this factsheet ring 1800 33 00 66 or go to http://www.health.gov.au| http://www.bladderbowel.gov.au.  (Fact sheet)

Organisation/Publisher: Department of Health - Continence Programs

Bowel Diary (English)
A bowel diary can assist health professionals in determining what type of bowel function problems you may be experiencing. This can then assist in the development of an individual treatment program for you.  (Fact sheet)

Organisation/Publisher: Continence Foundation of Australia
Date of publication/last review: 2011

Bridge Magazine - Autumn 2011 - Put Your Pelvic Floor First (English)
This is for women from any age group or culture - this special pelvic floor edition explains the importance of taking control of your pelvic floor muscles by doing regular pelvic floor exercises to prevent bladder problems (incontinence).  (Magazine)

Organisation/Publisher: Continence Foundation of Australia

Bridge Magazine - Autumn 2012 (English)
This issue explores ways of dealing with sexual, urinary and bowel dysfunction (incontinence) after prostate surgery in men.  (Magazine)

Organisation/Publisher: Continence Foundation of Australia

Bridge Magazine - Autumn 2013 (English)
This issue idenifies the problems facing women from non-English speaking backgrounds and incontinence. It also describes a typical day at the Children's Constipation Clinic in Canberra and an interview with a prostate cancer specialist nurse.  (Magazine)

Organisation/Publisher: Continence Foundation of Australia

Bridge Magazine - Autumn 2014 (English)
This edition covers: Working men's pelvic floors, Incontinence and Osteoporosis, Carers and Dementia and Misdiagnosed and Misunderstood - a teacher and mother of two tells her story.  (Magazine)

Organisation/Publisher: Continence Foundation of Australia

Bridge Magazine - Special Edition 2010 - Products (English)
This special edition focuses on continence products available for women and men with urinary incontinence and or faecal incontinence.  (Magazine)

Organisation/Publisher: Continence Foundation of Australia
Date of publication/last review: 2010

Bridge Magazine - Spring 2010 - Children (English)
This issue looks at children's (paediatrics) bladder and bowel health and offers practical advice for parents, teachers and carers . It doesn't stop at toilet training: talking to kids about good bladder and bowel habits is a lifetime investment in their health and wellbeing.  (Magazine)

Organisation/Publisher: Continence Foundation of Australia

Bridge Magazine - Spring 2011 - Weight, Exercise, Diet (English)
This issue looks at healthy weight and exercise from the standpoint of incontinence. It highlights how good bladder and bowel function can be a starting point for overhauling your entire health ‘engine’!  (Magazine)

Organisation/Publisher: Continence Foundation of Australia

Bridge Magazine - Spring 2012 (English)
This issue looks at 1 in 8 young women lacking bladder control (urinary incontinence), latest research reveals it is prevalent among young, childless women.  (Magazine)

Organisation/Publisher: Continence Foundation of Australia

Bridge Magazine - Spring 2013 (English)
This edition covers incontinence in elite athletes, the low-down on a continence assessment, some wee myths dispelled, Strengthening the Pelvic Floor First message and an article on Quadriplegic Martin Heng, who describes the daily implications incontinence management has on his independence, health and dignity.  (Magazine)

Organisation/Publisher: Continence Foundation of Australia

Bridge Magazine - Spring 2015 (English)
All about Urinary Tract Infections; Diabetes and Incontinence; Holding in - Healthy habits at home and at school; Preventing kids bladder and bowel problems; Grabbing life by the horns.  (Magazine)

Organisation/Publisher: Continence Foundation of Australia

Bridge Magazine - Summer 2010 - Travel Edition (English)
This issues focuses on poor bladder and/or bowel control. There's so much you can do to stop incontinence from interfering with your lifestyle. This edition offers advice on where to seek help and hints and tips to improve incontinence.  (Magazine)

Organisation/Publisher: Continence Foundation of Australia
Date of publication/last review: 2010

Bridge Magazine - Summer 2013 (English)
This edition covers Mens health - talking about incontinence, The error of our ways, Help for bedwetting and Carer of the Year information.  (Magazine)

Organisation/Publisher: Continence Foundation of Australia

Bridge Magazine - Summer 2015 (English)
Trouble in the Schoolyard - Bullying. Weighing up the Options - Pregnancy and Pelvic Floor. Managing Incontinence and MS Bladder Dysfunction.  (Magazine)

Organisation/Publisher: Continence Foundation of Australia

Bridge Magazine - Summer 2016 (English)  (Magazine)

Organisation/Publisher: Continence Foundation of Australia

Bridge Magazine - Winter 2011 - Pelvic Floor Fitness - Special Edition (English)
This issue highlights the importance of this often unrecognised health topic, pelvic floor mucles and fitness for men, women and children. Exercise wisely to protect and strengthen your pelvic floor muscles.  (Magazine)

Organisation/Publisher: Continence Foundation of Australia
Date of publication/last review: 2011

Caring for Someone with Bladder or Bowel Problems (English)
This resource is a guide for family carers about caring for someone with incontinence. It includes practical ways to manage bladder and bowel control problems.  (Booklet)

Organisation/Publisher: Department of Health - Continence Programs
Date of publication/last review: 2015

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