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Women's Health Strategy: Call for Evidence -We are responding as an organisation to the Women’s Health Strategy – Call for Evidence.
We are responding as an organisation to the Women’s Health Strategy – Call for Evidence form the Dept of Heralth and Social Care. We would be very grateful for any comments you have which we could include anonymously in the report. We also plan to use the anonymised data to support BHUK’s objectives and to review the services we offer.Read more
Specialist Bladder and Bowel Nurse - Available for calls Friday 30th April 2021
Our Nurse Advice Line is open for calls. 0121 702 0820. The line is open between 9.30am and 2.30pm . If you leave a message on the answering machine if the line is closed we will call you back asap.Read more
To let you know about a recent publication on a research project you helped with last year - the SCRIPT study
Last year BHUK supported a research student at UCL (University College London) Sleep Education and Research Laboratory. We supported a study the student was recruiting for related to individuals with chronic pain conditions, also known as the SCRIP study.Read more
Continence product advice for users, carers and healthcare professionals
Although bladder and bowel problems can often be cured, millions of people worldwide must manage incontinence and toileting problems using a combination of products. Find out which products might suit your needs... take a look at the updated Continence Product Advisor website (read on to get the link)Read more
Fowlers Syndrome - information card to keep in your purse.
BHUK highlighted Fowlers Syndrome in support of 'Fowlers February'. It is a particularly nasty bladder illness that affects women of all ages. One thing we did which has proved very popular is to offer a card you can take to the Doctors/ Hospital with you to explain the condition. Read on to find out how to get a card.Read more