What's going on...

2022

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

The programme will launch at the Association for Continence Advice Annual Conference, 16-17 May 2022 and features news items, interviews and sponsored editorial profiles. Bladder Health UK will support the programme with an extensive campaign to send out the key messages from this programme to as many people as possible. The full programme will soon be available on the BHUK website - follow the ITN Banner details on the Home Page.

Read more
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.

Read more
Women asked if bladder drug should be available to buy

Fowlers Syndrome - New Handbook

BHUK is supporting 'Fowlers February' in 2022 by producing a new patient Handbook. Fowlers Syndrome is a particularly nasty bladder illness that affects women of all ages. We also offer a card you can take to the Doctors/ Hospital with you to explain the condition. Read on to find out how to download the Handbook and how to get a card.

Read more
Fowlers Syndrome - New Handbook

CATHETER II NIHR Funded Study - would like to recruit potential participants

Can you help us find out if doing regular catheter washouts reduce catheter complications such as blockages? Read on to find out more about the study and how to appy. Thank you.

Read more
CATHETER II NIHR Funded Study - would like to recruit potential participants

Great News about the Feel Free Programme that was trialled in October 2021

Thanks to invaluable feedback from those who took part in the initial trial a new pelvic and bladder pain programme is available to transform your care. Patients in all parts of the UK can access the Feel Free Programme and it will be free of charge if you are using Gepan Instill bladder instillation. The Scottish Government is supporting this approach to the care of pelvic and bladder pain patients by funding places on the programme until 31st March 2022 for Scottish patients. READ ON TO FIND OUT HOW TO BOOK YOUR PLACE.

Read more
Great News about the Feel Free Programme that was trialled in October 2021
  • 1
  • 2
  • News Archive
    Social Media
    get involved Get involved
    There are many ways to get involved. Whether you choose to volunteer, donate, sponsor or help with fundraising.
    Read more
    v Fundraising
    Could you host a coffee morning, a sponsored walk or something more adventurous. Your help is really appreciated.
    Read more
    join Join now
    ... and get the full benefit of ongoing support.
    Read more