Pharmacy Continence Care Program (PCCP) update

June 2005
Australian & New Zealand Continence Journal;Winter2005, Vol. 11 Issue 2, p45
Academic Journal
Reports on the commencement of Stage 2 of the Pharmacy Continence Care Project, designed to promote community awareness of the prevalence of incontinence, its management and treatment in Australia. Development of resource materials intended for the program; Availability of information and training to pharmacists and pharmacy assistants in community pharmacies; Role of pharmacies, community pharmacists and pharmacy assistants in health service for individuals with urinary incontinence.


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