Effectiveness of educational interventions to raise men's awareness of bladder and bowel health: A systematic review

Hodgkinson, Brent, Tuckett, Anthony, Hegney, Desley, Paterson, Jan and Kralik, Debbie (2010) Effectiveness of educational interventions to raise men's awareness of bladder and bowel health: A systematic review. JBI Library of Systematic Reviews, 8 30: 1202-1241.

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Author Hodgkinson, Brent
Tuckett, Anthony
Hegney, Desley
Paterson, Jan
Kralik, Debbie
Title Effectiveness of educational interventions to raise men's awareness of bladder and bowel health: A systematic review
Journal name JBI Library of Systematic Reviews
ISSN 1838-2142
Publication date 2010
Sub-type Critical review of research, literature review, critical commentary
Volume 8
Issue 30
Start page 1202
End page 1241
Total pages 40
Editor Dr Rick Wiechula
Place of publication Adelaide, SA, Australia
Publisher University of Adelaide * Faculty of Health Sciences
Collection year 2011
Language eng
Subject C1
920205 Health Education and Promotion
119999 Medical and Health Sciences not elsewhere classified
Formatted abstract Background Urinary incontinence (UI) has been defined as a condition in which the involuntary loss of urine is a social or hygienic problem and is objectively demonstrable. Urinary incontinence is a common health problem that carries with it significant medical, psychosocial and economic burdens. Fecal incontinence has been defined as the involuntary or inappropriate passing of liquid or solid stool and can also include the incontinence of flatus. Studies suggest that twice as many men suffer from fecal incontinence compared to urinary incontinence whilst more than three times as many women suffer from urinary incontinence compared to fecal incontinence. The general consensus in the literature is that barriers exist for seeking help for those with incontinence. © the authors 2010
Keyword Incontinence
Male
Pelvic floor muscle exercises
Bladder health
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