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HTA - 11/71/03

Multicentre randomised trial of the effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of basic versus biofeedback-mediated intensive pelvic floor muscle training for female stress or mixed urinary incontinence (OPAL-Optimal PFMT for Adherence Long-term)

Project title: Multicentre randomised trial of the effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of basic versus biofeedback-mediated intensive pelvic floor muscle training for female stress or mixed urinary incontinence (OPAL-Optimal PFMT for Adherence Long-term)

Call to action: 11/71 Intensive pelvic floor muscle training to treat female urinary incontinence

Research type: Primary Research

Chief investigator: Professor Suzanne HagenORCID logoorcid.org/0000-0002-9741-9160

Contractor: Glasgow Caledonian University

Cost: £2,052,291.60

Co-investigators: Associate Professor Carol Bugge, Associate Professor E Jean C Hay-Smith, Dr Brian Buckley, Dr Gladys McPherson, Dr Karen Guerrero, Dr Wael Agur, Mr Andrew Elders, Mrs Alison McDonald, Mrs Lyndsay Wilson, Ms Mary Kilonzo, Professor Cathryn Glazener, Professor Doreen McClurg, Professor Joanne Booth, Professor John Norrie, Professor Mohamed Abdel-Fattah, Professor Sarah Dean.

Started: September 2013 | Status: Waiting to publish

ISRCTN: 57746448

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