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.
[The episode is in Finnish] How should the spatial design of care homes take account for incontinence pads? How does the spatial design shape continence care? How could innovations in the field of construction business contribute to sustainable continence care? The guest in this episode is Maarit Kokkonen, the marketing and communication director from the construction company Sikla. Editing: Timo Uotinen (The recording has been made with both the speakers wearing a mask, which may have an impact on the sound quality.)
Where will I get incontinence products, if I become incontinent? In this second episode of the Finnish medium podcast on incontinence, we discuss how “hoitotarvikejakelu”, i.e. the public health service responsible for pad distribution in Finland. We also reveal magical tips on how to develop the system, so that improving the service and wellbeing of the clients decreases the costs of the service… The guest in this episode is Tuulia Lahtinen, Registered Nurse and Public Health Nurse.
Music – purpleplanet.com: cobwebbed; clear vision; vision of the future. Sound effects – soundbible.com: Girl Pees in the Toilet by Mike Koenig; Flushing the Toilet. Graphic design: Teija Hakala.
The first episode of Finland’s first incontinence related podcast. The English version of the padcast (with tailored contents for international audiences) coming soon. By Tiina Vaittinen
Musiikit – purpleplanet.com: cobwebbed; clear vision; vision of the future. Ääniefektit – soundbible.com: Girl Pees in the Toilet by Mike Koenig; Flushing the Toilet; Water Drops by Daniel Simon. Jakson kuva: IStock. Podcastin logon grafiikka: Teija Hakala.
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