Researching the effects of delayed toilet training with Wellspect's ESPUN study grant

Publicerad av Anna Mars, 2021-12-16 09:00

Wellspect supports evidence-based research and practice in the field of continence care, and sponsors the annual ESPUN study grant. Tinne Van Aggelpoel is the latest winner, and we present the outcome of her study in the field of pediactric bladder and bowel management.

Tinne Van Aggelpoel is a pelvic floor physiotherapist working at Antwerp University Hospital, UZA, Belgium (Universitair Ziekenhuis Antwerpen) under the supervision of Prof. Dr. Alexandra Vermandel, and the latest winner of the ESPUN study grant. Tinne’s research field is the study of toilet training in healthy children, and the effects of delayed training  for children left in diapers longer than necessary. Tinne recently defended her PhD thesis on this topic, with a focus on the investigation of the possible influencing factors, and the implementation of new toilet training methods.

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The importance of patient-centred care in neurogenic bladder and bowel movement

Publicerad av Anna Mars, 2021-12-14 09:00

We are excited to be joining ISCoS on the launch of their first webinar episode, which builds upon their existing podcast series "SCI Care: What Really Matters". 

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