Health Professional Education and Awareness Raising
Patient and Carer Self-reported Incontinence and Evaluation
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This project aimed to provide useful and user-friendly information on nocturia to health professionals and consumers. The purpose of this information was to increase awareness and knowledge on the issue of nocturia, in regard to risks associated with it and how to assess and manage it, amongst health professionals and consumers. In addition, it was hoped changes in practice by health professionals would also result because of this heightened knowledge about nocturia.
This project was an initiative of researchers from the Caulfield General Medical Centre. For more information on this project, please contact the centre on (03) 9276 6102.
The final report and guidelines may be downloaded in PDF format.
- Final Report of Nocturia project (PDF 358KB)
- Guidelines for Consumers (PDF 121KB)
- Guidelines for health professionals (PDF 80KB)
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