Sharing knowledge about bladder and bowel issues is as important to us as breaking the stigma to speak about them. Visit our webinars and see the latest discoveries related to continence care.
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ACCT Webinar: Lets Talk Self
The third and final part of the Let’s Talk… webinar series, Let’s Talk Self, took place on June 17th and featured invited speakers Anton Emmanuel, Jalesh Panicker and Colette Haslam who focused on bladder and bowel dysfunction from the patients’ perspective, including removing stigma and impact on sexuality and intimacy following neurological disease.
ACCT Webinar: Let's Talk Society
Let’s Talk Society is the second event in a series of three ACCT webinars, which took place on May 20th. This webinar features invited speakers Anne Cameron, Ilan Koppen and Roberta Motta, who together discussed how bladder and bowel dysfunction affects society from a health economic, child and family, and nurses’ point of view.
ACCT Webinar: Let's Talk Science
On April 22nd, the first in a series of three ACCT Let’s talk… webinars took place with the purpose of Advancing Continence Care Together from a holistic perspective. With the contribution of Professors Annelie Brauner, Vikram Khullar and Niall Galloway, renown lecturers and specialists, this first webinar looked at bladder and bowel management with a scientific focus.
ACCT Webinar: Transanal irrigation (TAI) – a solution for constipation and fecal incontinence
During one hour we hear Professors Jan Tack and Anton Emmanuel together with Clinical Nurse Lead Bev Collins discuss how Transanal Irrigation (TAI) could be a possible management option for a wider group of patients and how to improve adherence to the therapy.
ACCT Webinar: A new angle that increases dignity for women and IC
In this Webinar, we explore the common challenges women may face when starting or living with intermittent catheterization (IC). With focus on urological care, particularly relevant to the nurse’s role, our speakers discuss possible solutions and new angles which may help embrace these challenges, both physically and psychologically, and increase dignity for women.
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