Summary document GFI 2018

ArticleThe Impact of the 7th GFI

The 7th Global Forum on Incontinence ‘Driving outcomes in continence care – creating a win-win for patients, carers and health systems’ made a significant contribution to advancing the continence care debate, building on the progress of previous years.
Over 300 highly engaged stakeholders, united by a common goal, came together to participate in a productive and pragmatic set of discussions.

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Posted: 18 June 2018Tags: Rome 2018

Highlights of 7th GFI

ArticleThe highlights of the GFI 2018 in Rome are presented in this video.

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Posted: 18 May 2018Tags: Rome 2018

How big is the problem? Incontinence in numbers.

ArticleInsights into the characteristics of the group of people afflicted by incontinence based on 10 questions.
Professor Ian Milsom presented this information at the 7th GFI.

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Posted: 16 May 2018Tags: Rome 2018

Toileting and containment strategies

ArticleToileting and containment strategies, an example of an advanced toilet in a nursing home in Japan, making it easier for care dependent people to use the toilet.

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Posted: 15 May 2018Tags: Quality of life Rome 2018

Need for placing incontinence and continence care on the WHO agenda

ArticleListen to the views of Kawaldip Sehmi, Chief Executive Officer of The International Association of Patient Organizations (IAPO).

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Posted: 03 May 2018Tags: Rome 2018

Help to choose – Questions to ask to recommend a Toileting and Containment strategy

ArticleA set of questions that will enable a thorough assessment of an individual’s needs to inform an effective toileting and containment strategy explained by Helle Wijk who is a Senior Lecturer and Associate Professor in Nursing at the Gothenburg University Centre for Person-centered Care (GPCC)

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Posted: 03 May 2018Tags: Rome 2018
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