A series of Webinars were held throughout WCW 2023. You can now rewatch recordings of the webinars by clicking on the button below.
Commitment to Collaboration in Continence Care was a day-long workshop held in Madrid on 25th November 2022. The meeting objective was to agree the structure and scope for collaborative working between international scientific societies (as represented by ICS, EAU and SINUG), and patient organizations (as represented by WFIPP). The meeting’s participants determined three initial areas for collaboration: 1) Education of multiple stakeholders including patients and caregivers, doctors and allied health workers, policy makers and funding organizations; 2) Improved access to trusted information; and 3) Organizational commitment to patient-centered care.
It’s a big relief when you find out that your catheter is going to be removed. However, this can quickly be followed by feelings of anxiety if you are unsure of how your bladder is going to behave without it. This blogpost has been written to alleviate any of your concerns about bladder incontinence, and to give you tips on how to retrain your bladder and regain a better quality of life.
Incontinence is a condition faced by people of all ages and walks of life. In this blogpost, we’re going to take you through our 5 top tips for dealing with incontinence at night.