Category Archives: Project news

Promotional video released

On March 14, the World Day of Urinary Incontinence, we released this video as part of a dissemination campaign to reach the general public and to officially start the recruitment of volunteers for the clinical trial in Kuopio, Amsterdam and Barcelona. The video was made by In-cognita between March and June 2016 in Barcelona.
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300 European women to try a system for treating urinary incontinence at home

In September 2017, the European WOMEN-UP project will carry out the clinical trial of a system designed to improve pelvic floor muscle training as treatment for female urinary incontinence. This technological solution incorporates serious games for mobile phones that are driven by muscle movement and remote medical monitoring through a web platform. Urinary incontinence is any involuntary…
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WOMEN-UP 5th Steering Committee Meeting in Barcelona

On the 10th and 11th of January, the representatives of the Consortium's institutions met again in the UPC facilities. A great deal of key issues had to be discussed, like WOMEN-UP's system improvements, the preparation for the randomized clinical trial or intellectual property rights. With the preliminary tests done during 2016 by the hospitals, the…
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Next steps from the Steering Committee meeting in Zurich

On September 21st and 22nd, the Steering Committee met in Zurich, hosted by the locals of YouRehab. The WOMEN-UP project has many deadlines to face these months. We are improving every aspect of the treatment system prototype, as well as preparing for the clinical trial. Many decisions on the serious games' aspects have been taken after…
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First Review Meeting in Brussels passed

The European Commission evaluated the WOMEN-UP Project on the 7th of July in Brussels. Our project was considered to having complied with the scientific objectives and that it is pursuing a correct path. The day before the consortium had already met in Brussels to prepare the presentation as a coherent whole, although every team had done its…
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