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Continence is the subject of this issue of BJN, with a discussion on women’s experiences of urinary incontinence. The clinical section has an article on research into including skin tone diversity when teaching skin assessment, and another on the pathophysiology of the nervous system. There is also a study of acute hospital nurses’ understanding of addiction. The gamifying of nurse education is explored in another article and there is an investigation into practice tutors’ readiness to support students who need reasonable adjustments in clinical practice. This edition includes the Tissue Viability Supplement, in association with Wound Care Alliance UK. There is an introduction to the use of cellular, acellular and matrix-like products, and a review of patients’ experience of having a pressure injury. There is also a back-to-basics look at assessing diabetic foot ulcers. Another article looks at wound care in hard-to-reach populations.