As for the Study B, we have recruited 52 patients in the intervention group and 53 in the control group (1 was excluded for hearing impairment which may stretch on the first appointment).
The mean age in the intervention group was 60,1 years +/- 12,7 and 64,5 years +/- 9,0 in the control group. The measured total mean time inside the consultation room was 19,36 minutes +/- 4,96 in the intervention group and 21,19 minutes +/- 4,96 in the control group, not significant. The perceived mean time in the consultation room was similar in both groups, 15,5 minutes +/-4. When comparing the results in terms of satisfaction after the first consultation, there were no significant differences between both groups. Instead, when comparing the results in terms of knowledge about pelvic organ prolapse or urinary incontinence, the intervention group got better results relating to organ prolapse and urinary incontinence definition and classification of urinary incontinence (0 0,04; 0,012; 0,008 respectively). In the multivariate analysis adjusted for age, level of studies and measured time inside the consultation, the three items about knowledge remained statistically different in favor of the intervention group ( p 0,03; and inferior to 0,01 respectively).