Taught by an experienced practitioner at our state-of-the-art London campus, this short course will equip you with the specialised knowledge and skills to diagnose and manage incontinence, including urinalysis, the role of urodynamics, behavioural modifications, biofeedback and medication.
Through a series of presentations and discussions you will explore the physiology of the lower urinary tract, stress incontinence, the role of the inter-professional team, as well as side effects and concordance. Armed with these contemporary insights and specialised skills you will not only enhance your ability to treat clients but demonstrate a level of advanced practice and learning that can count towards further study if you wish.
This course will enable you to take a proactive and person-centred approach to planning, managing and evaluating care for those suffering from incontinence. Delivered in one day through a series of presentations and discussions you will explore the following subjects:
This study day would be suitable for those with clinical involvement with adults with continence care needs.
To apply, please email our NHS Study Day team.
There are several funding options available:
For more information for any of these options, including fee rates for self-funding/employer-sponsored students, please visit our dedicated funding page.