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Maintaining continence in people with dementia
Guest Lecture – 21 August 2018
Presented by Dee Sutcliffe
Preventing, treating and managing bladder and/or bowel issues in those living with dementia.
‘Bladder and Bowel Health Australia’ aims to raise the awareness of bladder and bowel problems in the Western Australian community through the provision of advice, information and education.
Dee Sutcliffe is a Registered Nurse and Continence Advisor who has spent the past 20 years working with people with bladder and bowel issues. Dee is passionate about continence and working alongside clients to help them achieve their goals.
- Asset Type Guest Lecture
- Learning Pathway Discovery
- Topic Areas Dementia (general), Person-Centred Care
- Target Audience Residential Aged Care, In Home or Community-Based Care, Hospital, Primary Care, Respite Care, Hospice or Palliative Care, Transition Care
- Target Occupations Medical & Pharmacy, Nursing, Allied Health & Care Support, Management & Administration, Education & Evaluation, Person Living with Dementia / Family Carer
- Target Populations Anyone with Dementia
- Knowledge Translation Thinking
Education and Training Manager, Bladder and Bowel Health Australia