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ANZCJ Vol22, No 1, 2016 P
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This edition contains the following articles: The challenge of assessing postpartum urethral symptoms from a physiotherapy perspective: case study, Linley Edmeades, A seating review may benefit patients with a spinal cord injury who experience poor urine drainage, Wendy Jannings & Andrew Thompson.

ANZCJ Vol22, No 1, 2016 P
Type
Journal

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This edition contains the following articles: The challenge of assessing postpartum urethral symptoms from a physiotherapy perspective: case study, Linley Edmeades, A seating review may benefit patients with a spinal cord injury who experience poor urine drainage, Wendy Jannings & Andrew Thompson.

ANZCJ Vol22, No 2, 2016 P
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This edition contains the following articles: A longitudinal study of asymptomatic rectocoele, Jacqueline R Woodman, Tim Cowan, Emmanuel Karantanis & Kate H Moore. A scoping study of paediatric continence service provision in the Great Southern region of Western Australia, Emma Goetze, Katherine McLean, Judith Thompson, Angela Jacques & Kathy Briffa, Development of a long-form screening tool to identify clinically relevant co morbidities of nocturia, Wendy F Bower, Claire F Ervin, D Michael Whishaw & Fary Khan.

ANZCJ Vol22, No 2, 2016 P
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This edition contains the following articles: A longitudinal study of asymptomatic rectocoele, Jacqueline R Woodman, Tim Cowan, Emmanuel Karantanis & Kate H Moore. A scoping study of paediatric continence service provision in the Great Southern region of Western Australia, Emma Goetze, Katherine McLean, Judith Thompson, Angela Jacques & Kathy Briffa, Development of a long-form screening tool to identify clinically relevant co morbidities of nocturia, Wendy F Bower, Claire F Ervin, D Michael Whishaw & Fary Khan.

ANZCJ Vol22, No 3, 2016 P
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In this edition: Theoria Asking better questions — the key to better outcomes, Lindsay Tighe. An exploration of the efficacy of telehealth in the assessment and management of stress urinary incontinence among women in rural locations, Lee Conlan, Judith Thompson & Robyn Fary. Learning to accept incontinence and continence care in residential aged care facilities: Family members’ experiences, Joan Ostaszkiewicz, Emily Tomlinson & Alison Hutchinson. Perspectives: Nursing The challenges of a rural continence service: a personal story, Anna Ferrier.

ANZCJ Vol22, No 3, 2016 P
Type
Journal

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In this edition: Theoria Asking better questions — the key to better outcomes, Lindsay Tighe. An exploration of the efficacy of telehealth in the assessment and management of stress urinary incontinence among women in rural locations, Lee Conlan, Judith Thompson & Robyn Fary. Learning to accept incontinence and continence care in residential aged care facilities: Family members’ experiences, Joan Ostaszkiewicz, Emily Tomlinson & Alison Hutchinson. Perspectives: Nursing The challenges of a rural continence service: a personal story, Anna Ferrier.

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