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After the Randomized Trial: Implementation of Community-Based Continence Promotion in the Real World

After the Randomized Trial: Implementation of Community-Based Continence Promotion in the Real World

Most women aged 65 and older have incontinence, associated with high healthcare costs, institutionalization, and negative quality of life, but few seek care. Mind over Matter: Healthy Bowels, Healthy Bladder (MOM) is a small-group self-management workshop, led by a trained facilitator in a community setting, proven to improve incontinence in older women.

The main objective of the study by HIP Investigator, Dr. Heidi Brown et al. was to quantify and understand barriers to and facilitators of implementation, adoption, and maintenance of the MOM intervention. The secondary objective was to engage study communities and WIHA staff in the development of a partnerā€focused implementation package for MOM.

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