Managing Bladder Dysfunction

Survey for People with MS and Health Professionals 

Catherine Browne Department of Clinical Therapies at University of Limerick
17 Jun 2015

Survey is now closed- Monday, 17th August 2015

We are assisting Catherine Browne, PhD candidate in the Department of Clinical Therapies at the University of Limerick and a Chartered Physiotherapist with her study on current practice and strategies used to support management of bladder dysfunction among people with multiple sclerosis (MS). The findings of this study will identify what needs to be put in place to facilitate successful self-management of bladder dysfunction.

Who can participate?

People with MS and healthcare professionals are invited to take part in this study. Physiotherapists, occupational therapists, physicians, MS nurses, continence nurses or any healthcare professionals who encounter people with MS during regular clinical practice may take part. Participants do not need extensive experience in MS care - all perspectives are valuable.

What will I have to do?

If you agree to participate you will complete an online questionnaire, which will take 15-20 minutes. The questionnaire includes open ended questions where you may share and discuss additional ideas. There are no right or wrong answers to the questions. 

Questionnaire for People with MS

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Questionnaire for Healthcare Professionals  

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More information

If you have any questions regarding the study please feel free to contact any of the research team:

Catherine Browne: Catherine.M.Browne@ul.ie
Dr. Maria Kehoe: Maria.Kehoe@hse.ie
Dr. Nancy Salmon: Nancy.Salmon@ul.ie