Bladder and Bowel Continence Care APPG

First Registered: 24/02/2020 • Last updated on: 27/01/2021

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To break the taboo by raising awareness of bladder and bowel continence for adults and children and to promote cost effective funding for assessment, treatment and appropriate product provision.

Note: All-Party Parliamentary Groups (APPGs) are informal, cross-party groups formed by MPs and Members of the House of Lords who share a common interest in a particular policy area, region or country. APPGs have no official status within Parliament.


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Recent Documents related to Bladder and Bowel Continence Care

1. CE/2227/2018
23/02/2019 - Upper Tribunal (Administrative Appeals Chamber)
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Found: acce pt ed [the claimant] lost control of hi s bladder at l e ast on c e a month to the extent that

2. PAEDIATRIC CONTINENCE SERVICES
04/09/2019 - Early Day Motions

Found: That this House notes that bladder and bowel problems affect more than 900,000 children and young people

3. PROVISION IN SCHOOLS FOR CHILDREN WITH BOWEL AND BLADDER PROBLEMS
17/07/2019 - Early Day Motions

Found: the UK aged between five and 19 suffer from bowel and bladder problems such as bedwetting, constipation

4. SHORTAGE OF PUBLIC LAVATORIES
21/05/2019 - Early Day Motions

Found: particularly difficult for individuals who struggle with continence issues, inhibiting them from leaving the home

5. CSE/66/2018
04/07/2018 - Upper Tribunal (Administrative Appeals Chamber)
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Found: conscious leading to extensive evacuation of the bowel and/or bladder, despite the wearing and use of aids or

Latest Documents
Recent Speeches related to Bladder and Bowel Continence Care

1. Incontinence
05/09/2017 - Commons Chamber

1: experience a problem with bladder dysfunction. A further 6.5 million will have bowel dysfunction.It - Speech Link
2: the NHS.An analysis of calls to the Bladder and Bowel Foundation’s helpline in 2015 suggested that - Speech Link
3: colitis, Crohn’s disease and other inflammatory bowel diseases need more help and support to deal with - Speech Link
4: Childhood Continence—which has campaigned for many years for better availability of continence pads. These - Speech Link
5: certainly a need to educate and to build awareness of continence problems in schools. This relates to the little - Speech Link

2. Chronic Urinary Tract Infections
28/10/2016 - Commons Chamber

1: to seek his expert help with complex, chronic bladder conditions that have made their lives a misery - Speech Link
2: work she, alongside the Cystitis and Overactive Bladder Foundation, or COB, does in campaigning on behalf - Speech Link

3. Surgical Mesh Implants
18/10/2017 - Westminster Hall

1: plastic mesh into the vagina to support the bladder, womb or bowel. It can also be used to treat rectal prolapses - Speech Link
2: that the surgery would be a quick fix for their bladder problems, that they would be able to continue to - Speech Link
3: from the heart of her vital organs, near her bowel and bladder, which he could not actually see by visual - Speech Link
4: guidelines from the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence do not provide any information on mesh-removal - Speech Link
5: debate. Does she agree that the Health and Social Care (Safety and Quality) Act 2015 —legislation passed - Speech Link
6: of a constituent whose mesh eroded through her bladder and vagina. The mesh had been inserted in 2008 - Speech Link
7: crying out in agonising pain… Constant urine and bladder infections… Inability to carry out my duties associated - Speech Link
8: that put on her family, with her children left to care for her and her husband unable to work overtime - Speech Link

4. Changing and Toilet Facilities in Public Buildings
24/02/2020 - Lords Chamber

1: have a problem controlling their bladder and 6.5 million have bowel issues. According to NHS England - Speech Link

5. Surgical Mesh
19/04/2018 - Commons Chamber

1: sling, using individuals’ own tissue to raise the bladder to deal with incontinence.One understands - Speech Link
2: described as mesh, sling, tape or ways to uplift the bladder obfuscates what we are really talking about and - Speech Link
3: that lessons are learned wherever possible, so that care can improve to ensure that each woman gets the treatment - Speech Link
4: that some recent National Institute for Health and Care Excellence guidelines might have been rushed through - Speech Link
5: more in.”She suffers from truly terrible bowel problems, some no doubt caused by the side effects - Speech Link
6: particularly now that the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence has issued guidance that favours an effective - Speech Link
7: supported, and benefit from the highest-quality care and intervention that can be provided at this stage - Speech Link

6. Duodopa
31/01/2017 - Westminster Hall

1: pain, depression, dementia, hallucinations and continence problems. The severity of symptoms can fluctuate - Speech Link
2: means there will be increased costs from social care and other things on which the person with Parkinson’s - Speech Link
3: patient to a specialist centre for neurological care and an evaluation. A set of processes are carried - Speech Link
4: and calling it out for everything I could when bowel cancer drugs were not available. That was driven - Speech Link

7. Non-Domestic Rating (Lists) (No. 2) Bill
18/01/2021 - Lords Chamber

1: municipal confidence. They were constructed with care and beauty by our Victorian ancestors. They should - Speech Link
2: people in the UK are estimated to have some kind of bladder dysfunction. Women are more prone to this than - Speech Link
3: All-Party Parliamentary Group for Bladder and Bowel Continence Care, I cannot overstate the importance - Speech Link
4: down a third of the network. I believe that local care and resilience are vital in very local services - Speech Link

8. Stoma Care
25/01/2012 - Westminster Hall

1: sponsored nurses and off-script tendering in stoma care, but I do not know where to start, so thank goodness - Speech Link
2: people in this country are diagnosed with bowel cancer. Bowel cancer is the UK’s second biggest cancer - Speech Link

9. Toilet Facilities: People with Disabilities
17/01/2017 - Commons Chamber

1: relating to the bladder and bowel. Many people living with Parkinson’s have an overactive bladder and need to - Speech Link

10. Inflammatory Bowel Disease
31/01/2012 - Westminster Hall

1: this debate, I knew very little about inflammatory bowel disease. I knew the bare facts, but I did not know - Speech Link
2: has twice had operations to remove part of her bowel. On both occasions, she nearly died. I have seen - Speech Link
3: making. I have had a colostomy, having suffered from bowel cancer. As an individual, I made a huge point of - Speech Link
4: living with a chronic condition such as inflammatory bowel disease was too much to cope with. He was unable - Speech Link
5: ulcerative colitis, both known as inflammatory bowel disease. We understand that they are serious conditions - Speech Link

Latest Speeches
Recent Questions related to Bladder and Bowel Continence Care
1. Genito-urinary Medicine: Staff
asked by: Rosie Cooper
26/02/2021
... what funding his Department makes available for the training of staff to provide bladder and bowel continence care.

2. Genito-urinary Medicine: Staff
asked by: Rosie Cooper
26/02/2021
... (b) urology and (c) stoma care is allocated through the NHS.

3. Genito-urinary Medicine: Staff
asked by: Rosie Cooper
26/02/2021
... what steps his Department is taking to recruit increased numbers of specialist staff to provide (a) bladder and bowel continence and (b) stoma care.

4. Incontinence: Health Services
asked by: Rosie Cooper
19/11/2020
... whether his Department plans to incorporate the recommendations from the Excellence in Continence Care Guidelines into the work of the National Bladder and Bowel Health Project.

5. Incontinence: Health Services
asked by: Rosie Cooper
19/11/2020
... how the National Bladder and Bowel Health Project plans to use the Excellence in Continence Care Guidelines to inform the development of clinical standards and pathways.

Latest Questions
6 Current APPG Officers
Ruth Jones Portrait
Ruth Jones
Officer
Labour - Newport West
Joined: 24th February 2020
Contact Details

Registered Contact:

Rosie Cooper MP, Suite 108, Malthouse Business Centre, 48 Southport Road, Ormskirk, L39 1QR. Tel: 01695 570094.

Email: rosie@rosiecooper.net

Public Enquiry Point:

Mrs Tracy Stewart, Absorbent Hygiene Products Manufacturers Association, Suite A, Ash House, Tanshire Park, Shackleford Road, Surrey GU8 6LB. Tel: 07811 280 544

Email: stewart.t@ahpma.co.uk

Secretariat:

Absorbent Hygiene Products Manufacturers Association acts as the group's secretariat. http://www.ahpma.co.uk/

Group's Website:

http://www.appgcontinence.org.uk/

Benefits in Kind
Date
14 Jan 2020
Source
Absorbent Hygiene Products Manufacturers Association
Description
Secretariat   From : 14/01/2020 To : 13/01/2021
Value
£6,001

No direct financial benefits are on record for the Bladder and Bowel Continence Care APPG