Registered Healthcare Professionals benefits, opportunities and resources
Healthcare Professionals are the people who make such a difference to those people living with a bladder or bowel condition. By working together and supporting each other, we can continue to improve support and services. Our registered supporters receive access to a number of resources, for a nominal fee that helps us maintain quality and administration.
Register today to get access to our Healthcare Professional Resource Centre and access:
- Mardeno Patient Atlas – Urogynaecology Aug 2012
- Healthcare professional resource centre (includes clinical articles and peer reviewed research)
- Booklets, Information sheets
Annual registered support is only £20.00 per person per year. Payments are made through PayPal, a secure worldwide payment system, and you do not need a PayPal account to complete this transaction.
Continence Clinic Database
We are now accepting details from private as well as NHS led clinics. If you are a health professional and would like to add your private clinic details to our database so we can advise callers of all their local options, there is a standard fee of £120 for each individual clinic added for a period of one year. Please send us an email if you are interested in this service.
Continence Product Advisor website
The Continence Product Advisor is a new website providing evidence-based guidance on how to select appropriate products for managing incontinence and use them effectively. It make product information accessible for everyone and in particular those who use incontinence products as well as healthcare professionals.
To find out how the Continence Product Advisor website can help you, please visit the website.
- Anticholinergic Study – The effects on cognitive impairment in the elderly
- NICE Publishes First Guidance on Bladder Cancer Diagnosis and Management
- New NICE Quality Standard on Urinary Incontinence in Women
- Shadow Health Secretary Andy Burnham gives speech on health and social care at Labour Party conference
- New NICE Guideline – Safe staffing for nursing in adult inpatient wards in acute hospitals
- Care Quality Commission publishes State of Care report 2013-14
- NICE launches consultation on updating the Public Health Quality Improvement Guide for prevention and control of healthcare-associated infections
- Labour MP Rosie Cooper has tabled two written questions on continence care and UTI admissions
- Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt calls for investment in safer care
- UK patients with ulcerative colitis gain access to a range of biologic therapies on the NHS
The NHS Commissioning Board has published its Operating Model for commissioning specialised services, which sets out a unified national system aimed at ensuring patients are offered consistent and high quality services across the country.
To find out more please visit the Commissioning Board website.
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