New research from the University of Adelaide shows middle-aged women are more likely to suffer depression as the result of a common medical problem they find too embarrassing to talk about: urinary incontinence.
To help promote World Continence Week the Continence Foundation of Australia has created a media release, which can be forwarded to your local media outlet.
Users of continence products will welcome the recent launch of the Continence Product Advisor website.
Incontinence is a problem in anyone's language and we now have translated continence information in 20 languages.
The winner of the Continence Carer of the Year Award receives a prize of $1000.
Applications for the 2013 National Conference on Incontinence Scholarship Program are now open. The closing date for applications is 5pm Friday 26 July, 2013.
We're thrilled to announce the winners of the eight Vocational Graduate Certificate in Continence Promotion and Management scholarships.
A grant of $10,000 is offered to a Victorian continence physiotherapist.
Sponsorship prospectus now available.
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