E-Learning and Other Resourses

Pediatric Incontinence:Evaluation and Management

This Book was created by members and experts in the field of pediatric Bowel and Bladder incontinence. Much of the material that is contained in the book is what is commonly presented at ICCS courses world wide.

The proceeds of the book go to the ICCS.


Interpretation of Uroflowmetry

This course is a designed to help the student understand uroflowmetry using a structured Computer enhanced learning experience (CEVL).  Curves, perineal and abdominal EMG’s are are exhibited with multiple examples for each. Allowing the user to familiarize themselves with the curves and EMG’s.  A matrix is available to help the student understand the diagnostic capabilities of the uroflow data that is commonly present to the practitioner.  A pre and post test is available for the course.

To access the course it is necessary to take a pre test.  Access to the course is available  via https://form.jotform.com/60534923124147

once you have finished the pre test then you can proceed to the course.

The course was sponsored by an Educational Grant from Laborie

Paediatric Continence Care

Please note: The e-Continence Paediatrics course is temporarily unavailable while the Continence Foundation makes a number of changes to improve the course and undertakes some important course updates. The course will be unavailable for a period of approximately 2 – 4 weeks while this work is completed.

During this time period you will not be able to enrol in the course.

If you are already enrolled in the course you will be able to access and progress the course once the updates have been completed.  

The Foundation apologises for any inconvenience this may cause to our valued learners.

If you need to discuss this course’s availability please contact us directly on education@continence.org.au or (if in Australia) on +613 8692 8400 during Australian Eastern Standard office hours.

Are you looking to improve your skills in the management of paediatric incontinence?

This E-Learning course was developed for specialist and non-specialist continence professionals with an interest in paediatric continence care.

This online course addresses anatomy and physiology of lower urinary and gastrointestinal tracts, development of continence in children, assessment and management of both organic and functional  bowel and bladder problems.

To see some of the representative pages of the course click here.

After finishing the course participants will be given a certificate verifying the number of hours of learning that they participated in.

For those who are members of the ICCS and Australian continence foundation the fee is Aus$150.

Non members  Aus$300

Click HERE to log in to your ICCS account, and access the discount code and course links. .

All access and billing queries regarding the E-learning course should be directed to Bronwyn Robinson  at education@continence.org.au

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For non members it may be more beneficial to consider membership in the ICCS and then participation in the course.

For US participants CME credits are not available for this course at this time.

The course subjects are as follows:
  • L 101 – Urinary Tract Anatomy
  • L 102 – Urinary Tract Physiology
  • L 103 – Bowel Anatomy / Physiology
  • L 104 – Development Continence
  • L 105 – Bladder/Bowel Dysfunction
  • L 201 – Initial Assessment of LUT
  • L 202 – Non Invasive Assessment of LUT
  • L 203 – Advanced UD Assessment of LUT
  • L 204 – Comorbidities
  • L 301 – Assessment  & Management – Bowel
  • L 401 – Urotherapy
  • L 402 – Pharmacotherapy
  • L 501 – Enuresis
  • L 502 – Enuresis Assessment
  • L 503 – Enuresis Treatment
  • L 504 – Therapy resistent NE
  • L 601 – Neurogenic Bladder
  • L 602 – Anatomic anomalies
  • L 603 – Catheterisation
  • L 701 – Transitional Care
Uroflowmetry APP

This Uroflow app was designed to calculate Flow indexes which are the Qactual/Qestimated.  Utilizing this data patients can be followed longitudinally utilizing flow index which are a surrogate for voiding efficiency.  Flow curve shapes are able to be predicted based on the indexes.