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Bladder Interest Group

Improving bladder health and patient lives through education and resources for healthcare professionals.

We are partners of the Bowel Interest Group.

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Read now! The Cost of Poor Bladder Management Report

This new report explores the burden of poor bladder management, the cost to the NHS and the damaging impact bladder issues can have on patient lives.

ABOUT US

The Bladder Interest Group is a faculty of primary and secondary care clinicians, patient advocates, healthcare and industry experts.

Our aim is to raise the profile of bladder management with HCPs, provide education and treatment options and share best practice in bladder care to improve patient outcomes.

Latest Resources

Access our latest bladder management resources including on-demand webinars, reports, leaflets, factsheets and more.

The Cost of Poor Bladder Management Report

The Bladder Interest Group have launched a new report on the Cost of Poor Bladder Management. This report ...

Cost of Poor Bladder Management – The Experts Review

Join our expert webinar to explore the Bladder Interest Group's new report on the impact of bladder conditions on ...

Seizing the opportunity to improve patient care: Pelvic Floor services in 2021 and beyond

A new report from the Pelvic Floor Society ‘Seizing the opportunity to improve patient care: Pelvic Floor ...

Latest News

Keep up to date with the latest news on bladder health, management and treatment.

Luja™ shows significant improvement in bladder emptying

Luja™ shows significant improvement in bladder emptying

Study results show that Coloplast’s new intermittent male catheter with 80+ micro-holes, Luja, achieved complete ...
Urovant commercialise vibegron for the treatment of Overactive Bladder (OAB)

Urovant commercialise vibegron for the treatment of Overactive Bladder (OAB)

Urovant Sciences, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Sumitovant Biopharma Ltd., and Pierre Fabre Médicament today ...
Study shows increased risk for stress urinary incontinence surgery after hysterectomy

Study shows increased risk for stress urinary incontinence surgery after hysterectomy

Women who underwent hysterectomy were more likely to subsequently undergo stress urinary incontinence surgery ...

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