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Toilet Tactics challenge: teaching kids healthy habits for life

Wed 22, Nov 2017
Ghastly primary school toilets can have a negative impact on a child’s learning as well as physical and psychological health, which is why Australia’s peak body for bowel and bladder health is challenging schools across Australia to help eliminate the bad childhood experiences that start in the toilet block. more...

5 Minutes with Dr Kate Gray

Tue 10, Oct 2017
In January this year, Dr Kate Gray opened the first Mobile Incontinence and
Urodynamics Assessment Clinic, run by a urologist, in Rockhampton, Queensland more...

Conference early bird closes 6 Oct

Mon 25, Sep 2017
Health professionals are encouraged to take advantage of the early-bird discounts available until 6 October for the 2017 National Conference on Incontinence. more...

Don’t forget your carer

Mon 25, Sep 2017
If you know a carer who does an amazing job looking after the needs of someone with bladder or bowel issues, why not nominate them for the Continence Carer of The Year Award? more...

One in Three Women

Mon 25, Sep 2017
We recently reviewed and updated our One in Three Women booklet. The key message is that one in three women who have ever have had a baby will experience incontinence. more...

Western Health: winning with better continence

Mon 25, Sep 2017
The continence team at Victoria’s Western Health has won the Continence Foundation of Australia’s World Continence Week competition for its work to raise awareness and reduce the stigma of incontinence. more...

Sydney to host world continence experts

Tue 15, Aug 2017
Continence Foundation of Australia is bringing renowned leaders in bladder, bowel and pelvic floor dysfunction, treatment and scientific advancements to the 26th National Conference. more...

Bladder leakage no joke: new health data

Mon 19, Jun 2017
As part of World Continence Week, new data shows the alarming rate that women laugh off bladder leakage. more...

Incontinence: No laughing matter

Tue 13, Jun 2017
It’s World Continence Week June 19 -25, and Australians are being urged to take the matter of incontinence seriously, particularly in light of disturbing new data that suggests the majority of women affected simply laugh it off. more...

Winners of the 2016 Australian Bladder Foundation grants

Thu 08, Dec 2016
The winners of the 2016 Australian Bladder Foundation grants are... more...

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