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Bins4Blokes Position Statement P
Type
Report


BINS4Blokes is a national campaign by the Continence Foundation of Australia to increase the awareness of male incontinence and availability of continence product disposal bins in men's toilets. The Position Statement explains the campaign, providing statistics and implementation case study

Bins4Blokes poster P
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Poster

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BINS4Blokes is a national campaign by the Continence Foundation of Australia to increase the awareness of male incontinence and availability of continence product disposal bins in men's toilets. This poster can be used to identify toilet blocks with disposal bins

Bins4Blokes Step by Step Guide P
Type
Guidelines

PDF


BINS4Blokes is a national campaign by the Continence Foundation of Australia to increase the awareness of male incontinence and availability of continence product disposal bins in men's toilets. This is a step by step guide on how to implement BINS4Blokes bins in your toilet facilities

Bladder Diary with instructions P
Type
Fact sheet

PDF


A bladder diary helps record the amount of urine you pass
every time you go to the toilet and every time you leak. It is a tool health professionals may use to determine the type of bladder problems you are experiencing when developing your treatment plan.

Bladder Management Problems & Self Assessment Questionnaire
Type
Fact sheet

PDF


This leaflet has a short self-assessment questionnaire to determine if you have a bladder control problem (urinary incontinence). It also provides information on where you can get help.

Bowel Diary with instructions P
Type
Fact sheet

PDF


A bowel diary records the times and types of bowel motions passed. It is a tool health professionals may use to determine the type of bowel problems you are experiencing when developing your treatment plan.

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