Dry and Mighty campaign to conquer childhood bedwetting

Perez, Jenny
July 2011
British Journal of School Nursing;Jul2011, Vol. 6 Issue 6, p271
Academic Journal
The article focuses on the Dry and Mighty campaign launched by Education and Resources for Improving Childhood Continence (ERIC) in June 2011. It states that the campaign aims to raise awareness of bedwetting and to encourage parents to contact ERIC for support. Meanwhile, it mentions that sleeping away from home of children who wet the bed can be a source if distress, fear, and anxiety.


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