ICS Core Curriculum: Promoting Bladder and Pelvic Health in Populations with Continence Vulnerability

Workshop 21

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Workshop Schedule

17:30

Angie Rantell

17:40

Angie Rantell

17:55

Lori S. Saiki

18:10

Lisa Krabbenhoft

18:25

Amy Hull

18:40

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Aims & Objectives

Basic
90 minutes
Prevention and Public Health
Clinical
menopausal symptom management community outreach bladder control supports, catheters, pessaries
Urology, Urogynaecology and Female & Functional Urology, Conservative Management

Nurses have long championed access to health care for vulnerable populations. This workshop highlights strategies for promoting bladder and pelvic health in populations with continence vulnerability, including menopausal and post-partum women, marginalized communities, and adults with neurogenic bladder dysfunctions. Featured strategies include proactive conversations with menopausal women about pelvic health; imaginative outreach and continence education to marginalized groups; a standardized self-management protocol for long-term indwelling catheter users; and non-surgical treatment for post-partum women with stress urinary incontinence.

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