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Prof Jo Booth
Glasgow Caledonian University

ICS 2020

Podium Session 31 Best Conservative Management 464 The ELECTRIC trial: ELECtric Tibial nerve stimulation to Reduce Incontinence in Care homes

ICS 2019

Podium Short Oral Session 15 Health Services and Community Care 267 Bladder dysfunction in community-living stroke survivors – ‘You just have to live with it!’

Podium Short Oral Session 23 Pelvic Floor and Training 465 Associations between type of urinary incontinence and sedentary behaviour in community-dwelling older women

ICS 2017

Podium Short Oral Session 17 Health Services Research 305 Evaluating the effects of implementing transcutaneous tibial nerve stimulation into routine continence services.

ICS 2016

Podium Short Oral Session 12 Natural History of the Pelvic Floor 205 Self-management of LUTS: Exploring behavioural changes made by older women following a continence promotion workshop intervention.

Open Discussion Session 27 Open Discussion ePosters 489 The experience of bladder dysfunction in People With Parkinson’s

ICS 2015

Podium Short Oral Session 33 Frontiers in Education and Quality of Life 482 Perceived psychosocial stress in community continence clinic attendees

ICS 2013

Podium Poster Session 21 Geriatrics 196 Continence promotion workshop interventions for self-management of lower urinary tract symptoms in community living older women: a mixed methods pilot study.

Podium Poster Session 21 Geriatrics 204 The association between overactive bladder and falls in older women: a proposed explanation

ICS 2012

Podium Poster Session 11 Rehabilitation and Conservative Treatments I 121 A pilot trial of transcutaneous posterior tibial nerve stimulation for bladder and bowel dysfunction in elderly adults in residential care

ICS 2011

Podium Poster Session 14 Epidemiology and Outcomes Research 143 The development of a decision tool to improve the assessment and management of urinary incontinence in women in the community.

Podium Poster Session 7 Continence and Neurourology 78 Decision making around the use of indwelling urinary catheters in acute stroke patients.

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Jo Booth

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Profession:Nurse (Specialist/Advisor/Practitioner/Academic)
Qualifications:PhD Professor
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Prof Jo Booth declared on the Monday 30th March 2020 that they had the following existing or known future financial relationships or affiliations:

Bailey Thomas Trust

  • Research grant

Dunhill Medical Trust

  • Research grant

The Stroke Association, UK

  • Research grant

National Institute for Health Research UK

  • Trial participation
  • Research grant