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Seizing the Opportunity to Improve Patient Care - the Pelvic Floor Report wins a prestigious award

Bladder Health UK partnered with many other organisations to create this informative and powerful report on not only the current poor state of pelvic floor services but also recommendations on how they can be improved.

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Seizing the Opportunity to Improve Patient Care - the Pelvic Floor Report wins a prestigious award

SEIZING THE OPPORTUNITY TO IMPROVE PATIENT CARE: Pelvic Floor services in 2021 and beyond

Crisis faced across UK for millions of patients with pelvic floor conditions. London, 28 April 2021 - A new report, launched today, reveals significant short-comings in the care of patients with pelvic floor disorders (PFDs) and calls for urgent action to be taken nationally and locally to improve treatment and access to surgery for people living with PFDs. Read on for further information and to download the full report.

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SEIZING THE OPPORTUNITY TO IMPROVE PATIENT CARE: Pelvic Floor services in 2021 and beyond

Media Story Podcast - BHUK took part in this informative podcast about UTI's

Sufferers share stories and BHUK add their experience to this impactful podcast.

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Media Story Podcast - BHUK took part in this informative podcast about UTI's

Bladder Health UK and ITN Productions collaborate to make news-style programme breaking boundaries in bladder health

The programme launched at the Association for Continence Advice Annual Conference, 16-17 May 2022 and featured news items, interviews and sponsored editorial profiles. Bladder Health UK is supporting the programme with an extensive campaign to send out the key messages from this programme to as many people as possible. The full programme and all the Corporate Videos/Key Messages will soon be available on the BHUK website - click on the ITN Banner details on the Home Page.

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Bladder Health UK and ITN Productions collaborate to make news-style programme breaking boundaries in bladder health

Women asked if bladder drug should be available to buy

A pill to help treat an overactive bladder - which affects millions of women - could soon be available to buy in the UK without prescription. The Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) wants women and doctors to submit their views. The consultation will run for three weeks, closing on 6 May, 2022. See below for how to contribute to the consultation.

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