International ethical guidance for continence care of older adults published: The Pad Project participated in the work

 

The PI of the Pad Project, Tiina Vaittinen, partipated in the International Continence Society Ethical Committee work in writing a white paper on ethical considerations in older adults with urinary incontinence.

The white paper was published in Neurourology & Urodynamics, and it can be freely downloaded from the below link, which leads to the ICS news on the publication.

https://www.ics.org/news/1255

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Will we ever see incontinence products made from 100% renewable materials?

Incontinence pads are also about forest industry

Forest industry may not be the first thing to associate with something as intimately embodied as incontinence care.

Producing the fluff to the pads’ absorbent layers, it is, however, a key industry in the production of the pads.

While solving the question of  sustainable land usage remains key for the sustainability of forest industry, it may also provide solutions for a more sustainable future for adult incontinence care.

Along with a range of experts from other fields, our project’s PI, Tiina Vaittinen, was interviewed for this podcast, produced by Stora Enso, which asks:

Will we ever see incontinence products made from 100% renewable materials?

CLICK HERE TO LISTEN