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Bedwetting resource receives a mobile-friendly transformation

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Last updated:2nd Oct 2015
Published:2nd Oct 2015
Source: Pharmawand

Bedwetting Knowledge CentreThe Bedwetting Knowledge Centre has recently been modernised with a mobile-responsive design. Users of will now be able to easily explore this FREE resource on their mobile and tablet devices.

Existing sections include a Disease Awareness area containing information on epidemiology, causes, impact and assessment of nocturnal enuresis, a Resources section, which contains a Q&A video discussion with Professor Johan Vande Walle, international best practice guidelines and a CME activity titled: Case Studies in Urology: Best Practice Management of Bedwetting. This activity covers best practice management of nocturnal enuresis through three case study-led modules, including a complex patient scenario. The faculty experts providing input and medical commentary for this CME activity were Dr Michal Maternik and Dr Mark MacKenzie. A new Publications Digest section with regularly updated articles will also be available to users. The Bedwetting Knowledge Centre has been independently reviewed for clinical accuracy by Søren Rittig, MD, DMSc.

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