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Help your customers and grow your business

Introducing TENA e-learning courses, specially designed to increase the confidence and expertise of pharmacists.

As many as 1 in 4 women suffer from some form of incontinence during their lifetime, and just as many men experience urine leakage.[1,2] Giving these customers good advice and helping them find the right solution can improve their quality of life, build trust – and win their loyalty.

Topics covered by the courses:

  • Why incontinence matters
  • Understanding incontinence: types and treatments
  • Understanding your customers and their unique needs
  • How to talk to and advise your customers

A flexible, interactive way to learn

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Available 24/7

Access the courses from any computer or tablet.

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Designed to engage you

Relevant, interactive information presented in bite-sized segments.

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Learn at your own pace

Your progress is saved so you can pick up where you left off.

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Track your progress

Access reports that outline how far you’ve come.

Testimonial

Informative, easy to understand and navigate; this e-learning will be very useful! High quality content, especially the customer cases which can easily be applied in your daily work with customers. All professionals will learn something new from this training.

Product Manager,
Pharmacy chain, Norway

Testimonial

The design, with many short chapters, is customized for pharmacists, meeting the need to access the training when you have time.

Product Manager,
Pharmacy chain, Norway

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References

1Irwin DE et al. Worldwide prevalence estimates of lower urinary tract symptoms, overactive bladder, urinary incontinence and bladder outlet obstruction. BJUI 2011;108:1132-1139.
2Abrams et al. Incontinence, 5th EDITION 2013. 5th International Consultation on Incontinence. Paris. February; 2012