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Bladder Weakness

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The ageing process

Estimates suggest that one in seven of us will be over 75 years of age by 2040, so attention is turning to treatments to target the ageing process.

The countdown is on

Prepare customers for the festive season with this advent calendar of winter ailments top tips for healthy and happy holidays.

Strength in weakness

Breaking the stigma surrounding bladder weakness can help people have access to life-changing information and products.

Caught short

Bladder weakness has a substantial effect on quality of life but is often viewed as a stigmatising condition – so not everyone asks for professional help...

Mental chains

Men are less likely than women to acknowledge mental health issues or seek help and support from others. 

Baby steps

A healthy woman is more likely to give birth to a healthy baby. So how can pharmacy teams advise mums for a healthy bump?

Don't be caught short

Up to nine million people experience some form of bladder weakness, there’s plenty of opportunity for pharmacy teams to help.

Bladder weakness: Is relief in sight?

New research is overturning some widely held beliefs about the bladder. Could relief finally be in sight for sufferers of urinary incontinence?

Bladder weakness programme: Understanding pharmacy’s role

This module is designed to help you make a difference to customers with bladder weakness and equips you with the knowledge to give the very best advice

Women's health

This team training module focuses on women's health, detailing the most common women's health complaints. 

Broaching intimate health

Intimate health conditions are common but also sensitive subjects. With the right know-how, pharmacy support staff can navigate difficult patient conversations

A sensitive subject

Bladder weakness affects one in three women and one in four men, but despite its prevalence, people may feel too embarrassed to ask for help. But what support can the pharmacy offer?

Bladder weakness

This Professional Assistant: Learn and Advise module focuses on bladder weakness.



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