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Whether you want to refresh your knowledge or build new skills, you’ll find all
the learning you need here. E-learning modules, webinars, masterclasses,
offline material and events – all designed for healthcare
professionals working in your field.
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The Coloplast Online Training Portal will provide the platform to enable you to share, learn, develop knowledge and skills that meet the needs of staff, clients and the public.
Benefits of the Coloplast® Learning Portal
- Develop your expertise within Bladder Management
- Get up to speed on specific topis and expand your clinicial experience
- Learn more about patient care
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The road to acceptance
Getting patients to accept intermittent self-catheterisation (ISC) can be a challenge. In this section, we uncover the most common psychological barriers to ISC and show you how to help patients overcome them.
Building trust in treatment
Positive motivation can be a powerful tool in getting patients to adhere to intermittent self-catheterisation (ISC). This section shows you how to identify and use ‘short-term rewards’ to help patients see the value of ISC.
Making the most out of your training session
Effective intermittent self-catheterisation (ISC) training plays a crucial role in achieving long-term adherence. But the patient’s state of mind can impact the training session.
Integrating ISC into your patient’s daily life
ISC training is not only about technique. You should also remember to show the patient how to perform ISC on their own in different environments.
Get tips on IC training from the expert at the frontline
Sharon Holroyd has worked in urology wards for 20 years, so she knows a thing or two about IC training. In this interview, she shares her extensive experience and gives you the key to effective patient training.
Three things to cover in an IC training session
Get a quick overview of the three key topics you must remember to cover in your IC training session.
Coloplast Talks – shorter videos
Promoting and supporting adherence to treatment
How can you help patients change their behaviour so they become more adherent to treatment?
Involving patients and relatives in ISC training
It is important to involve patients and their relatives in decisions around intermittent self-catheterisation (ISC). Learn why – and how to do it.
UTI risk Factors Model and UTI Definition
Hear a number of experts explain the UTI Risk Factors Model, and get their take on how to define when a UTI really is a UTI, making sure only real UTIs are treated as such.
Coloplast Symposiums – longer videos
Strengthening adherence with a behavioural twist
Join Prof. Krassioukov and Dr. Rune Nørager as they share insights on adherence to IC – from two different perspectives.
Brochures and leaflets
Introducing intermittent catheterisation (IC) to your patients
Get a quick overview of the benefits of IC as well as the answers to some of the most common concerns your patient may have prior to starting IC.
Continence Life Study Review
The Continence Life Study Review focuses on IC adherence. Get the holistic approach to how you can support adherence – from the first time you mention IC to your patient, through your approach to training, to the way you send your patient back into society, now as a catheter user.
Research and Collaboration
To find out more about the latest advisory boards and panels / research projects please contact your local Territory Manager.
Advisory Boards and Panels
Help create life-changing products and services by sharing insights with our scientists, engineers, designers, and other experts.
Pursue new ways to raise the standard of care through clinical trials, product testing, and other research activities.