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Knowledge on how to provide optimal care to residents and patients is essential. We support your work by gathering the latest research and literature, on continence care and personal hygiene.
From our extensive knowledge base, you can easily access relevant studies and documents developed by professionals working with and for people with incontinence. The information is gathered from both TENA and public sources such as the International Continence Society (ICS), Wound Ostomy and Continence Nurses Society and Global Forum on Incontinence.
The ICS is a registered charity with a global health focus which strives to improve the quality of life for people affected by urinary, bowel and pelvic floor disorders by advancing basic and clinical science through education, research, and advocacy.
Wound Ostomy and Continence Nurses Society (WOCN) is a professional, international nursing society of more than 5,000 health care professionals who are experts in the care of patients with wound, ostomy and incontinence.
The Global Forum on Incontinence (GFI) is a platform for education and debate around continence care. The aim is to improve the health and social care provisions for incontinence, giving patients and care givers a better quality of life.
GFI demonstrate the impact of incontinence on the individual and their caregivers and on society as a whole. Continence care is approached from a holistic perspective. The ambition is to present and discuss both prevention, cure and care options and organization and management aspects.
GFI conferences are held every second year.
Visit the website for Global Forum on Incontinence
The 7th GFI will have a special focus on the role that Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) can play to ensure the delivery of good quality outcomes in the way that incontinence is managed on a daily basis – at home, in the community and in institutional care settings.