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The ins and outs of indwelling catheterisation and patient assessment for pelvic floor rehabilitation
18.00 - 19.15 BST
The EAUN are delighted to offer a webinar and to share our experiences on the ins and outs of indwelling catheters including patient assessment management and indications for urethral catheterisation. It is important to apply and integrate up-to-date knowledge on patient assessment pre catheterisation, the catheter insertion and removal procedures preventing complications and promoting patient safety.
In addition, we will discuss the importance of patient assessment and fostering compliance when undergoing pelvic floor rehabilitation.
- To apply and integrate knowledge and skills on the practical aspects of the assessment, insertion maintenance and removal of indwelling catheters to prevent complications such as ureteral damage and infection, promoting patient safety.
- To utilise up to date evidence based approach to the pelvic floor, by identifying the relevant technical and practical aspects of the rehabilitation process of pelvic floor promoting continence.
At a glance
Publication date: May 2021
Available languages: English
Duration: Approx. 75 minutes
CNE: 1 CNE credit upon your completion of the questionnaire after attending the live webinar.
If you have attended the webinar, the Certificate of Attendance will be available in your MyEAU account (1 or 2 days after the webinar). Please note that you must attend at least 30 minutes of the live webinar and fill out a questionnaire to be eligible to obtain the CNE credit.
This webinar has been funded with an educational grant, but has been independently developed by the EAUN Special Interest Group on Continence and approved by the EAUN SCO Chair and Board.