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Continence Nurse

A continence nurse or advisor is a clinical nurse specialist who assesses and supports patients who have bladder or bowel problems such as incontinence. The nurse will take a history and perform tests such as bladder scan and physical assessment, and urine testing to determine if a patient has urinary incontinence and will determine if it is caused by coughing, laughing, sneezing (stress incontinence) or an overactive bladder.

The continence nurse will develop treatment plans such as a toileting schedule and advise a patient on ways to improve continence and quality of life. They usually see patients on an outpatient basis but may also consult with patients in hospital settings. A continence nurse also often becomes certified in wound and ostomy care broadening their scope and practicing in a variety of settings.

Continence Nurse Organizations & Certifications

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Tell us via phone, email, or using the online form below, details on your case. Do you require a nurse with specialty training, experience, or certificates? Case details including conflicts and search parameters help refine the search and provide the best possible match.

We will send you two to three expert CVs for review.  You are welcome to speak to the experts directly before making your final selection.

Once a retainer agreement is signed with Expert Witness Nurses the expert will start working on your case. The expert will collaborate directly with you for medical records and providing their report. Expert Witness Nurses will coordinate invoicing of the expert’s hours, including the retainer invoice and monthly invoicing as required.

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