The Paediatric Continence Forum has launched its new Guide (September 2019) on how to commission and run integrated, nurse-led, community-based paediatric continence services. These are clinically effective, improve the lives of children and their families and generate significant cost savings for the NHS. Bladder and bowel (continence) problems affect more than 900,000 children and young […]
Two members of the Paediatric Continence Forum, ERIC and Bladder & Bowel UK have published new guidance for school leaders, proprietors, governors, staff and practitioners. The document provides best practice regarding bladder and bowel issues and toileting in schools. The guidance is supported by a short film and provides clear, concise guidance for school leaders, proprietors, governors, staff […]
The Paediatric Continence Forum are taking part in the National Bladder and Bowel Health Project, which is supported by the Clinical and Product Assurance (CaPA) team of NHS Supply Chain. The project aims to improve continence care across the whole health and care system that is being led by NHS England.
The Paediatric Forum’s Children’s Continence Commissioning Guide was featured in last winter’s edition of the Association for Continence Advice newsletter. The article gives an overview of the guide and encourages readers to make commissioners aware of it. The article also explains some of the work that the PCF does in identifying areas of poor commissioning and reaching […]