The Australian Continence Foundation
and Continence New Zealand​​

The Australian and New Zealand Continence Journal seeks articles and original research papers from people practising and researching the management and treatment of incontinence and continence health promotion. The ANZCJ encourages submissions from novice authors and provides support for first-time authors. 

A variety of topics are possible and include, but are not limited to: outcome studies, aged care, paediatrics, pregnancy and childbirth, novel drug therapies, reviews of devices, surgical or non-surgical interventions and evaluation, assessment articles, literature reviews of incontinence-related topics, home and community care issues and successes, men’s health, nursing management, physiotherapy management, support by other allied health disciplines (including occupational therapy, psychology and social work), the psychological impact of living with incontinence, ethical issues, cultural issues and collaborative approaches to care. 

All papers are double-blind peer reviewed and may be original research, clinical updates, case studies or evaluation of programs. 

To discuss topics, or for assistance in the preparation of papers and articles, please email

The Journal is indexed with CINAHL, Ebsco, infoRMIT. 

Manuscripts are accepted on merit and there is no article process fee.

The journal is published under the auspice of the Australian Continence Foundation ( and Continence New Zealand ( ) and is Diamond Open Access. It is free for authors to publish and free for readers to read.

Licencing terms: Australian + New Zealand Continence Journal ANZCJ © 1995 by Continence Foundation Australia is licensed under CC BY 4.0 ImageImage

This license requires that reusers give credit to the creator. It allows reusers to distribute, remix, adapt, and build upon the material in any medium or format, even for commercial purposes.

For more information visit the Continence Foundation Australia Website: