Data from The BMJ - Curated by EPG Health - Last updated 26 April 2017

Accrediting Body

BMJ Learning - British Medical Learning

Expected length

60 minutes


1 credit


Register (90)

The purpose of this activity is to review the epidemiology and definition of nocturnal enuresis, how to assess and investigate a child with this problem, and to review the management options available for children with nocturnal enuresis.

Learning outcomes:

  1. Review what is meant by nocturnal enuresis and the features of this condition;
  2. Review the epidemiology of nocturnal enuresis;
  3. Demonstrate how to assess and investigate a child with nocturnal enuresis;
  4. Recognise the benefits of conservative measures and alarm systems in nocturnal enuresis;
  5. Review the pharmacological options for treatment of nocturnal enuresis.

Category Value
Credit type Credit
Registration with provider required Yes
Certificate available Yes
Author(s) BMJ and the Cleveland Clinic
Multi session No
Intended audience(s) General Practitioner, Medical Doctor, Medical Student, Specialist
Assessment method(s) Multiple choice

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