A strong and active membership is vital to our work in raising awareness and advocating on behalf of people affected by incontinence.
Members are entitled to a range of benefits that vary according to membership type. These include:
- discounted registration to the National Conference on Incontinence
- quarterly subscription to the Australian and New Zealand Continence Journal
- quarterly subscription to Bridge magazine
- weekly updates about news and developments in the field of continence.
Professional membership is for individuals who are qualified and employed in medicine, nursing, allied health, health promotion or health administration. Doctors, nurses, physiotherapists or other health professionals.
Corporate membership is for corporate organisations such as continence product suppliers, continence product manufacturers, pharmaceutical companies or registered training organisations
Organisation membership is for organisations such as aged care facilities, community health centres, general practices, private clinics, government bodies, hospitals, peak consumer and professional bodies or universities.
Individual membership is for individuals who have incontinence, provide informal care or are retired health professionals.
Student membership is for individuals who are studying in the fields of medicine, nursing, allied health, health promotions or health administration.
Library membership includes libraries based in the community/public, and hospital or university libraries.
At this point of time existing members are unable to renew their membership through this website.
Emails with renewal links have been sent to members to give them an easy way to renew.
If you are an existing member and haven’t received at least one email regarding renewals, or have questions about the process, please call us at 03 8692 8400, or email [email protected]
Over the past 18 months the Continence Foundation of Australia, along with all the State Branches, have been exploring a future where we unify to become a single, national organisation.
In order to progress we will be seeking the agreement of our Members in a voting process which is likely to take place in September.