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Researchers into new technologies to help children and teenagers with continence problems are looking for families to attend a free fun day event at the Thackray Medical Museum in Leeds on September 30. 

The organisers of this event, IMPRESS and TITCH are joining forces to develop a workshop focusing on the needs of young people who are living with bladder and bowel issues. Families will have the chance to take a tour of the museum and participate in some fun medical related activities specially organised for them by the museum. 

Who is this event for?

The workshop is primarily aimed at young people aged 6-16 years and their parents or carers. It is also open to specialist healthcare professionals and research engineers interested in participating in the morning and afternoon workshop sessions. 

Find out more and register your interest here

Kods toilet talk poster