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A learning zone article helped Dan Taylor improve his knowledge of a common condition
Nurses in almost every care environment come into contact with faecally incontinent patients. It is therefore vital that we, as practitioners, are aware of the issues relating to it.
The article provided an insight into faecal incontinence and the issues faced by nurses and healthcare providers in various clinical settings. It served as a reminder of digestive tract anatomy, and also highlighted learning opportunities.