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The Paediatric Continence Forum (PCF) is a campaigning group of health professionals, patient representatives and commercial members that engages with the Government and policymakers nationally to raise awareness of childhood bladder and bowel problems and to improve NHS services in this area of child health.

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PCF attends report launch in Parliament

The PCF was pleased to attend the parliamentary launch of the report ‘It happens to me too‘ on 28th February 2018, which aims to break down the barriers faced by children and young people with bladder and bowel issues. The report featured contributions from the PCF, ERIC: The Children’s Bowel & Bladder Charity, the University of Bristol, Bladder and Bowel UK and Coloplast on the impact of continence problems on young people’s social and educational experiences, and the event was addressed by a young person and a parent with experience of these issues.

Hosted with the kind support of the Chair of the All Party Parliamentary Group on Continence Care, Rosie Cooper MP, the PCF found it useful to network with parliamentarians, clinicians and service users with a common interest in this often-neglected area of children’s health, and look forward to working with these partners in the future.

Coloplast report launch picture

                    Penny Dobson, Chair, Paediatric Continence Forum; Rosie Cooper MP, Chair, Continence Care APPG; Gerald Chan, Head of Public Affairs and Communications, Chloroplast; Juliette Randall, Chief Executive, ERIC