We welcomed 11 delegates to the female pelvic floor assessment course on 1st March. This one and half day course covers a wide range of content relating to the topic, including anatomy and physiology of the pelvic floor complex and bladder, objective assessment and a practical assessment session.
The feedback to this course was once again very positive; ‘Excellent course that was extremely informative’ – Continence Nurse Specialist. ‘Excellent course, delivery and pace of learning. Wonderful tutor and fabulous service and help from Rachael [Training Administrator]’ – Continence Advisor
We ask all our delegates how they heard about the course, and it’s great to see that our courses have been recommended by other healthcare professionals in the field: ‘Through colleagues,’ ‘From other nurses,’ ‘Colleagues at work,’ ‘Team member’
If you have attended a course with us and found it beneficial, please spread the word! We have five courses in total, click to find out more!
Coming up courses with availability:
25th May Advancing practice in male pelvic floor muscle function, dysfunction, assessment and treatment (virtual classroom course)
31st May – 1st June Use of biofeedback & NMES in the treatment of bladder, bowel & pelvic floor muscle dysfunction