Expression of interest: interviews with people living in aged care homes about continence care

Audience: Older Australians, carers and families

Topic: Residential care

Location: Online

Time: Interviews may take up to an hour

Consultation undertaken by: Healthcare Management Advisors

Contact email:

Further information

We want to hear from people living in residential aged care homes about their experiences with government-funded continence support.

An independent researcher will meet one-on-one with aged care home residents to understand how they are supported to manage incontinence.

Interviews can be face-to-face or online and will take up to an hour.

Input and views from older people is incredibly valuable for our evaluation and will help improve incontinence care.

All responses are anonymous and confidential.

If you or someone you know is interested in participating, contact before Friday 19 July 2024.

Learn more about the Continence Policy and Research Project.

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