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The AASTN is the professional association for accredited stomal nurses throughout Australia. This site has information that can help you find a stomal nurse.
ACSA represents the C.A.V. and Australia’s other 21 associations when dealing with Medicare, the Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme, the Stoma Appliance Scheme and other government departments.
This website has been recommended by the C.A.V. STN Joan Donohue. Take particular note of the location of Accessible (Disabled) Toilets that often have a useful change table.
Cancer is the main cause of people requiring ostomy procedures. C.A.V. STN Joan Donohue recommends this site as it offers evidence-based and up-to-date information about all aspects of cancer.
Ostomates often also live with Crohns and Colitis. C.A.V. STN Joan Donohue recommends this site as a caring community, where visitors can enjoy peer support and access expert advice.
The Liberty Medical website, written by Stomal Therapy Nurses, has been developed for the ongoing support and education of people living with a stoma and their carers.
Young ostomates can access this website. C.A.V. STN Joan Donohue recommends this as a supportive and informative site for younger ostomates.