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Carers SA recognise excellence

Tue 21, Oct 2014
The South Australian Continence Resource Centre has been recognised for its excellence in service and support for family carers in the SA Carers inaugural Excellence Awards. more...

Carers Week: The burden of incontinence.

Wed 15, Oct 2014
It’s Carers Week October 13 – 17 - a fitting time to acknowledge those carers who have it particularly tough – the ones who care for someone with incontinence. more...

Community Health Grants

Tue 14, Oct 2014
Individual community health organisations can apply for a total of $1,500 under this one-off grants program. more...

Bladder and bowel dysfunction in the pre and post natal periods

Tue 23, Sep 2014
More than one third of Australian women may be affected by some form of urinary incontinence (UI). Participate in this new online module and refresh your understanding of the best assessment methods and first-line treatment strategies for the management of this condition. more...

Australian Bladder Foundation Grants Round Open

Tue 09, Sep 2014
The ABF grant program provides an opportunity for personnel employed in continence management to apply for grants from the ABF when a grant round is announced. The total amount being awarded this year is at the discretion of the Trustees for the ABF. more...

Incontinence linked to depression

Thu 04, Sep 2014
With RUOK Week (Sept 8 – 12) upon us, young women need to be made aware that incontinence puts them at a higher risk of depression. more...

Don't let hayfever put a dampener on things.

Tue 02, Sep 2014
Even though hayfever is an allergic condition affecting the eyes, ears, nose and throat, it can often have other impacts that aren’t quite so obvious. more...

Spring 2014 edition of Bridge out soon.

Wed 27, Aug 2014
The next edition of Bridge is out September 1 and it features a diverse range of topics - from the nuts and bolts of prostatectomy to turning prolapse on its head. more...

Continence inspires confidence

Thu 21, Aug 2014
The Continence Foundation of Australia echoes the messages about confidence being promoted by Jean Hailes during Women's Health Week next week. more...

It's Tradies National Health Month

Tue 19, Aug 2014
It's Tradies National Health Month, and many of the health messages being promoted by campaign initiators Australian Physiotherapy Association and Steel Blue Work Boots are the same as ours. more...

Radio National's program on adolescent bedwetting

Thu 07, Aug 2014
A Radio National program hosted by Natasha Mitchell earlier this week brought the issue of bedwetting among adolescents into the open. more...

Weak bones, weak bladders

Tue 05, Aug 2014
More and more research is showing that incontinence and osteoporosis are closely linked, which has significant lifestyle implications for women approaching middle age and older. more...

Winners of the conference scholarship program announced

Fri 01, Aug 2014
Congratulations to the 10 health professionals from rural and remote Australia who have been successful in receiving a scholarship to attend the 23rd National Conference on Incontinence more...

Continence winners bound for Cairns

Tue 29, Jul 2014
The winner of the 2014 World Continence Week Promotions Competition has been announced. more...

School toilets under the microscope

Thu 24, Jul 2014
If your child rush to the toilet as soon as they get home from school, perhaps their school toilet experience isn’t a particularly good one. more...

Light bladder leakage - who are you kidding?

Thu 17, Jul 2014
LBL is a term you might hear bandied about by sales and marketing people, but you’ll never hear it pass the lips of a continence health professional. more...

World Continence Week wrap-up

Thu 10, Jul 2014
World Continence Week, 2014, has been and gone, but its impact on mothers and pregnant women will continue well into the future. more...

Diabetes and incontinence

Thu 03, Jul 2014
It's National Diabetes Week next week, July 13 - 19. Did you know that type 2 diabetes can exacerbate any bladder and bowel control problems you may be having? more...

Media release – Young mums ignore health warning

Mon 23, Jun 2014
A new study by the Continence Foundation of Australia shows pregnant women and mums are ignoring their pelvic floor health. Despite being in a high-risk category, the study found just 2 per cent do pelvic floor exercises regularly, and almost three in four women experience incontinence. more...

Keeping mum about incontinence

Wed 18, Jun 2014
Out-dated attitudes, such as accepting incontinence after childbirth as normal, are alive and well, even among the most educated in the community. more...

When the pelvic floor can take no more

Tue 10, Jun 2014
Midwives are invited to attend a free educational forum, Pelvic floor awareness and prolapse prevention, on June 26 at Nunawading. The consequences of ignoring the pelvic floor when straining or exercising can be traumatic and dramatic, as Mildura continence nurse Katherine Modoo discovered. more...

Men can leak too

Tue 03, Jun 2014
For men, apart from prostate surgery, the three big culprits for urinary incontinence are: being overweight; constipation; and heavy lifting. more...

Winter edition of Bridge about to hit mailboxes

Tue 27, May 2014
Winter arrives next week, which means the Winter 2014 edition of Bridge will arrive in subscribers’ mail boxes next week. more...

5000 download pelvic floor-safe exercises app in first six months

Tue 13, May 2014
The popular app features safe exercises for women and men who want to improve their fitness without compromising their pelvic floor. more...

Don’t let asthma put a dampener on things

Thu 24, Apr 2014
Even though asthma is a condition affecting the respiratory system, it often contributes to the risk of bladder leakage. more...

Who cares about the carers?

Fri 28, Mar 2014
Unless the government provides greater support for 2.6 million unpaid carers, it faces a looming health crisis. more...

Patients with overactive bladders needed

Tue 18, Mar 2014
Are you an adult with an overactive bladder? An international study trialling a new drug is recruiting now. more...

Tightening the plumbing

Thu 13, Mar 2014
A Sydney physiotherapist takes a critical look at the conventional pelvic floor training regime for men post-prostate surgery. more...

Media release: Information about incontinence in 27 languages

Wed 05, Mar 2014
Imagine trying to talk about incontinence with someone who doesn’t speak your language. more...

A little weight loss goes a long way

Tue 11, Feb 2014
It’s a little known fact, but losing just a small amount of weight can make a huge difference to the likelihood of becoming incontinent. more...

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