The Royal Commission into Aged Care Quality and Safety found many people do not receive continence care that protects their dignity. The National Ageing Research Institute (NARI) is interested in residents’ and family members’ opinions about what care people in residential aged care should receive for bladder and bowel health.
You are invited to take part in NARI’s 15-minute survey if you’re a resident, carer, family member or friend of a person living in a residential aged care home. You’ll be helping NARI develop a best-practice model of continence care and go in the running to win one of three $40 Coles Myer gift vouchers.
Please complete the survey online at: http://ow.ly/ODEf50ADBYs.
NARI can mail a hard-copy of the survey with attached postage paid return envelopes at your request. Please contact Dr Joan Ostaskiewicz at j.ostaszkiewicz.nari.edu.au for more information.
This study has been approved by the Austin Health Human Research Ethics Committee HREC/63029/Austin-2020.