Welcome to WFIPP.org
For people living with incontinence and pelvic floor dysfunction.
The platform which is intended to act as a helpful resource for all stakeholders, patients, families, carers, HCPs and institutions who are in some way involved in the patient pathway relating to incontinence
Evidence of PFAS in sanitary and incontinence pads The findings come on the heels of other testing that found the forever chemicals in some popular tampons. EHN Staff December 02, 2022 Twenty-two sanitary pads, panty liners and incontinence pads have detectable levels of fluorine, an indicator of the group of chemicals known as PFAS, […]Read more
Following the consultation with our members, EPF has finalised its official position statement on the EHDS proposal. The statement, together with the amendments, will guide our advocacy strategy and will shape our interactions with the co-legislators. Our key recommendations put the patients at the very heart of this initiative. Trust, transparency, meaningful involvement of patients and their representatives, […]Read more
Some interesting articles in this month’s newsletter, The Public Edition, from Bowel & Bowel UKRead more
On 15th November 2022 the EU Health Coalition has published a vision for European health, supported by a set of concrete recommendations and policy proposals designed to make it happen. The Coalition is a multi-stakeholderinitiative exploring the future of healthcare in Europe. Its new vision will be launched today in Brussels at the 3rdEU Health […]Read more