Last updated on March 2018

Voiding School as a Treatment of Children's Day-time Incontinence or Enuresis

Brief description of study

The Voiding School is a simple educational intervention to treat children with daytime incontinence or enuresis.The purpose of this study is to implement the intervention in primary care, child welfare clinics. Half of the participated children will receive treatment according the Voiding School protocoll and half of them will receive treatment as usual. Patient outcomes are evaluated by measuring changes in wetting episodes. Aim is also to evaluate the implementation process.

Detailed Study Description

Children under school age attend to regular visits in Child welfare clinics for health examination and guidance. If the child have daytime incontinence or enuresis during the yearly visit at the age of 5 or 6, he or she is eligible for participating the study aiming to implement and evaluate the Voiding school intervention.

In the Voiding school the children are educated in groups of 4-6 children with child-oriented methods highlighting learning by doing in order to achieve better bladder control. Usual care includes individual advice concerning voiding habits and general life-style advice.

Clinical Study Identifier: NCT03478813

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