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The science of behavioural treatments for LUTS. Join the discussion

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This roundtable will discuss the three main components of bladder training and how urge suppression strategies vary across protocols. A summary of the evidence base related to the effectiveness of these different bladder training protocols in managing LUTS in women and men will be provided.

Jean Wyman's presentation will focus on Bladder training. This is recommended in international clinical practice guidelines as a first-line treatment for lower urinary tract symptoms (LUTS) in adults. It offers the advantages of being simple, relatively inexpensive, and free from unpleasant side effects. This presentation will describe the three main components of bladder training and how urge suppression strategies vary across protocols. A summary of the evidence base related to the effectiveness of these different bladder training protocols in managing LUTS in women and men will be provided.

Followed by Mary Palmer, who will provide an introduction and brief historical overview of these networks as well as innovative aspects of all research efforts. toileting programs and the evidence behind these initiatives. As well fcailitation and barriers to implementing and sustaining toileting programs in long-term and acute-care settings nursing homes.

Lisa Low will discuss pelvic floor muscle training focused on pregnancy. This presentation will address the who should be doing which exercises or not to support optimal pelvic floor health during pregnancy and postpartum. A summary of the evidence base related to the effectiveness of specific approaches to improving pelvic floor musculature will be addressed including the range of approaches from one size fits all to a more tailored identification of who is at risk for negative outcomes.

What bladder training protocols do you use? What do you find most effective? Does this differ for men and women? Join the discussion!!

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