King’s College London – Can you help with their research?

Researchers at King’s College London are conducting a study to develop a manual to guide prevention and treatment of incontinence associated dermatitis (IAD) – sore skin as a result of urinary or faecal incontinence.

If you have experienced or are experiencing incontinence (with or without IAD) or cared/care for someone with incontinence (with or without IAD); are aged 18 or over and would like to help by participating in some online workshops, please email Dr Sue Woodward (

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