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HARTMANN takes continence on the road

HARTMANN recently hosted a round of National Continence Roadshows for health professionals, aimed at educating them on the importance of maintaining skin integrity through Active Skin Protection. According to the company, the roadshow also highlighted a distinct and obvious shift in attitude towards incontinence management, namely the importance of combined efforts by both wound care and continence specialists in maintaining optimal patient outcomes. “Wound care and continence care health professionals are now viewing Incontinence Associated Dermatitis as a shared burden,” said Aged care sector manager at HARTMANN, Wynette Monserrat. “They are starting to realise that by working together they are able to reach improved patient outcomes through preventive measures such as Active Skin Protection,” she added. Pictured above in the thick of a roadshow is HARTMANN’s Oliver Krause-Huckleberry and Anthea Reus. HARTMANN recently hosted a round of National Continence Roadshows for health professionals, aimed at educating them on the importance of maintaining skin integrity through Active Skin Protection. According to the company, the roadshow also highlighted a distinct and obvious shift in attitude towards incontinence management, namely the importance of combined efforts by both wound care and continence specialists in maintaining optimal patient outcomes. “Wound care and continence care health professionals are now viewing Incontinence Associated Dermatitis as a shared burden,” said Aged care sector manager at HARTMANN, Wynette Monserrat. “They are starting to realise that by working together they are able to reach improved patient outcomes through preventive measures such as Active Skin Protection,” she added. Pictured above in the thick of a roadshow is HARTMANN’s Oliver Krause-Huckleberry and Anthea Reus.