April 2022


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This month’s issue of Nursing Times is dedicated to showcasing some of the great work being undertaken in continence care and the positive impact that nurses can have for their patients. We have a study where researchers investigated the benefits of adopting a person-centred approach to the management of urinary incontinence in care homes. In another piece, how to improve continence care in hospitals is discussed, looking at factors that help or hinder good care. We also look at the role of digital technology through an an app developed by nurses to promote bladder and bowel health, and finally Davina Richardson, a specialist children’s nurse at the charity Bladder & Bowel UK, puts the case for investing resources in children’s bowel and bladder services. But that is not all, we also have exclusive interviews with the recently appointed chief nursing officer for Wales and the Olympic gold medallist and nurse Vicky Wright.

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