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From: The effects of involving a nurse practitioner in primary care for adult patients with urinary incontinence: The PromoCon study (Promoting Continence)

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Study design. * Primary outcome measure: • severity urinary incontinence (ICIQ-UI SF) # Secundary outcome measures: 1. health care and productivity, time, travel costs. 2. generic QOL: EuroQol. 3. incontinence specific QOL: IIQ-7. 4. quantification of symptoms: bladder diary. 5. satisfaction of patients. 6. perceptions GPs and nurse specialists. $ needed number with and without drop-out/loss-to-follow up

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