Moureau shares incontinence research on UroToday

Research Specialist Madeline Moureau, member of the Brown Research Group, presented the study “Zoom To Scale? Real World Implementation Of Online Versus In-Person Community-Based Continence Promotion” in a video on UroToday! Moureau discussed the project with Diane Newman, DNP, adjunct professor of urology at the University of Pennsylvania Perelman School of Medicine. 

In the video, Moureau discussed a study comparing online versus in-person implementation of the Mind Over Matter: Healthy Bowels, Healthy Bladder program: 

“The study found that both the in-person and online implementation of the program improved urinary incontinence symptoms, decreased money spent on pads, and increased routine pelvic floor muscle exercise performance. The online program was more likely to reach those who live alone and have access to help around the house when they need it and less likely to reach older women and those with a high school education or less, suggesting a role for both in-person and online programs to optimize program reach.”

Watch the whole video here!