Costs and Sustainability of a Behavioral Intervention for Urinary Incontinence Prevention

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Wagner, Todd H., Trivellore Raghunathan, Jennifer Yang Scott, Diane K. Newman, Janis M. Miller, Keri Kirk, Mary Ann DiCamillo, Ananias C. Diokno, an, et al. 2017. "Costs and Sustainability of a Behavioral Intervention for Urinary Incontinence Prevention." Urology Practice, 5(4): 266-271.

IntroductionMany women choose behavioral interventions as a first-line treatment for urinary incontinence. We developed a 20-minute abbreviated video, which proved to be similar to a 2-hour in-person class in a randomized trial. This study examines economic end points for the 20-minute video relative to the 2-hour class.; IntroductionMany women choose behavioral interventions as a first-line treatment for urinary incontinence. We developed a 20-minute abbreviated video, which proved to be similar to a 2-hour in-person class in a randomized trial. This study examines economic end points for the 20-minute video relative to the 2-hour class.

10.1016/j.urpr.2017.05.003

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