Project

Implementation of an evidence based pelvic floor muscle training intervention for women with pelvic organ prolapse (PROlapse and PFMT: Implementing Evidence Locally - PROPEL)

Funded by National Institute for Health Research.

Collaboration with Glasgow Caledonian University, NHS Greater Glasgow & Clyde, University Hospitals of Leicester NHS Trust and University of Aberdeen.

Total award value £486,822.00

People (4)

People

Professor Margaret Maxwell
Professor Margaret Maxwell

Director of NMAHP Research Unit, NMAHP

Professor Edward Duncan
Professor Edward Duncan

Professor, NMAHP

Dr Purva Abhyankar
Dr Purva Abhyankar

Lecturer in Psychology, Health Sciences Stirling

Dr Joyce Wilkinson
Dr Joyce Wilkinson

Lecturer, Health Sciences Stirling

Outputs (5)

Outputs

Article

Abhyankar P, Wilkinson J, Berry K, Wane S, Uny I, Aitchison P, Duncan E, Calveley E, Mason H, Guerrero K, Tincello D, McClurg D, Elders A, Hagen S & Maxwell M (2020) Implementing pelvic floor muscle training for women with pelvic organ prolapse: a realist evaluation of different delivery models. BMC Health Services Research, 20 (1), Art. No.: 910. https://doi.org/10.1186/s12913-020-05748-8

Article

Maxwell M, Semple K, Wane S, Elders A, Duncan E, Abhyankar P, Wilkinson JE, Tincello D, Calveley E, MacFarlane M, McClurg D, Guerrero K, Mason H & Hagen S (2017) PROPEL: implementation of an evidence based pelvic floor muscle training intervention for women with pelvic organ prolapse: a realist evaluation and outcomes study protocol. BMC Health Services Research, 17 (1), Art. No.: 843. https://doi.org/10.1186/s12913-017-2795-x