Profiles And Contributions To This Article

Biofeedback therapy for faecal incontinence: a rural and regional perspective

Lynne  Bartlett

Lynne Bartlett

qualifications: MPH

contribution: original concept, original design, conducted the research, wrote the first draft, original concept

position: Postgraduate student

Australia

Encouraged by James Cook University - NQ Centre for Cancer Research members I started a public health doctorate investigating faecal incontinence in northern Queensland. Studies include: disclosure, prevalence, treatments and impact on quality of life. Other interests include skin cancer research, Rotary, and CORES (Community Response to Eliminating Suicide) brief intervention program.


Kathryn  Sloots

Kathryn Sloots

qualifications: BSc(Hons)

contribution: original design, conducted the research, contributed to drafts

position: Biofeedback therapy nurse


Madelaine  Nowak

Madelaine Nowak

qualifications: PhD

contribution: contributed to drafts

position: Research fellow


Yik-Hong H Ho

Yik-Hong Ho

qualifications: FRACS

contribution: original design, contributed to drafts

position: Professor


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