“Supporting people with incontinence after stroke to live a good life”
Incontinence following stroke reduces a person’s ability to participate within their families, homes and communities – and contributes to higher rates of depression and social isolation. Jean and Rachelle will [interactively] share how this realist-informed literature review and participatory research sets the foundation for intervention development, supporting stroke survivors to manage their continence so they can return to participating in personally meaningful activities and life roles. A better understanding the contexts of people with incontinence after stroke has allowed us to plan for future phases of intervention development more effectively.
We would love to share what we have found with you – whether you are a health care professional working with people who experience incontinence, a person with lived experience, or someone interested in the methods we have used in this study. And we would love to hear your ideas and thoughts ….