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    Issue DateTitleAuthor(s)
    1 January 20152014 consensus statement on improving pelvic floor muscle training adherence: International Continence Society 2011 State-of-the-Science Seminar  Dumoulin, C; Hay-Smith, J; Frawley, H; et al.
    26 July 2019A 24 month longitudinal qualitative study of women’s experience of electromyography biofeedback pelvic floor muscle training (PFMT) and PFMT alone for urinary incontinence: adherence, outcome and context  Bugge, C; Hay-Smith, J; Grant, A; et al.
    8 February 2019Effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of basic versus biofeedback-mediated intensive pelvic floor muscle training for female stress or mixed urinary incontinence: Protocol for the OPAL randomised trial  Hagen, S; McClurg, D; Bugge, C; et al.
    26 July 2019Effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of biofeedback-assisted pelvic floor muscle training for female urinary incontinence: a multicentre randomised controlled trial  Hagen, S; Elders, A; Henderson, L; et al.
    8 February 2019Effectiveness and cost-effectiveness randomised controlled trial of basic versus biofeedback-mediated intensive pelvic floor muscle training for female stress or mixed urinary incontinence: Protocol for the OPAL (optimising pelvic floor exercises to achieve long-term benefits) trial mixed methods longitudinal qualitative case study and process evaluation  Grant, A; Dean, S; Hay-Smith, J; et al.
    14 October 2020Effectiveness of pelvic floor muscle training with and without electromyography biofeedback for female urinary incontinence: the OPAL multicentre randomised controlled trial  Hagen, S; Elders, A; Stratton, S; et al.
    26 July 2019A process evaluation study investigating fidelity and dose of intervention delivery and uptake of pelvic floor muscle training delivered in a randomised controlled trial  Dean, S; Hay-Smith, J; Bugge, C; et al.