UM Research Study Seeking Women to Share Their Experiences Dealing with Bladder Control in Daily Life

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The Institute for Social Research (ISR) at the University of Michigan is seeking women to share their experiences dealing with bladder control in daily life for a research study. 

Participation involves a telephone interview, online survey, two visits to the University of Michigan, wearing study provided bladder control products for three out of five weeks, and daily surveys for 35 days. 

Who can participate? Women age 30-70 who:

  • Own and use a smartphone daily (iPhone or Android)
  • Deal with bladder control several times a week and use bladder control pads or undergarments daily during daytime hours
  • Are not trying pregnant or trying to conceive

Additional criteria apply. Compensation up to $250 offered for study completion. 

Complete a survey to assess your eligibility:

Contact Project-Control: 734-763-0255 or

Time remaining: 27%
22/02/2018 (3 days)