Taking part in research projects and surveys is a great way to make your voice heard and help improve the lives of young people and families affected by bowel and bladder problems.

Take a look at the list of current open surveys and past projects:  

Cost of bedwetting survey (open)

Researchers at Oxford University and University College of London are looking into the financial impact of bedwetting on families and the NHS.

Take survey

Smart app technology (closed) 

Bristol University conducted a study with young people aged between 10 and 19 years with daytime wetting and urgency testing new technology. 

Read more about the URApp project

Toileting survey (closed)

Researchers at the University of Exeter's ICoN project need health professionals, parents/carers, young people and education and social care staff to complete an online survey about toileting.

Read more about the ICoN project

Consumer contributor opportunity (open)

Cochrane Incontinence is an international, not-for-profit organisation dedicated to gathering and summarising the best evidence from research to help patients and clinicians make informed decisions about treatment. Parents and carers are invited to help contribute to Cochrane's reviews and be involved with evidence based medicine. 

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