World Bedwetting Day 2020Learn more
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King’s College London are seeking to understand individual’s experiences living with these syndromes, and the impacts they have on a person’s wellbeing and quality of life. We are recruiting women over age 18 with a bladder or pelvic condition to participate. The study requires you to take part in a 30 to 60-minute telephone interview, where you will answer questions focused on your personal experience. The research aims to use the knowledge gathered to develop a biopsychosocial model of bladder and pelvic syndromes. For further information please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
World Bedwetting Day returns on Tuesday 26th May, 2020.
By raising awareness of bedwetting as a common condition that can be treated, World Bedwetting Day aims to encourage families to discuss bedwetting with their healthcare professional and get the help they need. For more information, visit: https://www.bbuk.org.uk/world-bedwetting-day/