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Free Webinar: Urinary Incontinence Essentials for Primary Care

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Join Dr. Catherine Bradley, urogynecologist at the University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics, as she discusses common types of female urinary incontinence seen in practice.

According to AUGS, urinary incontinence affects 30% to 50% of women and although prevalence increases with age, urinary leakage among young women is common. Though common, urinary incontinence is not “normal” at any age and numerous studies have demonstrated the negative impact of urinary incontinence on independence, self-esteem, mental health conditions, and interpersonal relationships.

According to AUGS, urinary incontinence affects 30% to 50% of women and although prevalence increases with age, urinary leakage among young women is common. Though common, urinary incontinence is not “normal” at any age and numerous studies have demonstrated the negative impact of urinary incontinence on independence, self-esteem, mental health conditions, and interpersonal relationships.

Urinary Incontinence Essentials for Primary Care

Monday, August 7

7:00 – 8:00 pm ET

Speaker: Catherine Bradley, MD | University of Iowa Hospital and Clinics

During this free webinar Dr. Catherine Bradley, Urogynecologist at the University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics, will discuss common types of female urinary incontinence seen in primary care practice and how we, as healthcare providers, can help our patients regain control and confidence. Register today!

Key Takeaways:

  • Understand common types of female urinary incontinence seen in primary care practice.
  • Describe the initial evaluation, diagnosis, and treatment of urinary incontinence.
  • Identify advanced treatment options and resources to support patients who don't respond to initial treatments.
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