Purpose

This study through the use of semi-structured interviews or focus groups will explore the lived experience with a Connected Catheter and usual customary care (UCC) of catheter users with Neurogenic Lower Urinary Tract Dysfunction and their caretakers to generate user-defined themes regarding bladder function and catheter-related barriers and the daily impacts on one's life.

Conditions

Eligibility

Eligible Ages
Over 18 Years
Eligible Genders
All
Accepts Healthy Volunteers
Yes

Inclusion Criteria

  • Must have participated in Connected Catheter Clinical trial Caregiver - Must have cared for someone that participated in Connected Catheter Clinical trial

Exclusion Criteria

  • Did not participate in Connected Catheter Clinical trial

Study Design

Phase
Study Type
Observational
Observational Model
Cohort
Time Perspective
Prospective

Arm Groups

ArmDescriptionAssigned Intervention
Subjects who used a Connected Catheter Subjects will have Neurogenic Lower Urinary Tract Dysfunction and will have participated in a study with a Connected Catheter. These characteristics will create a 2 (bladder management) x ~5 (etiology) = 10 cell matrix for recruiting for participant interviews.
  • Behavioral: Semi-structured interview
    Using iterative, semi-structured interviews or focus groups to explore the lived experience with CC and usual customary care (UCC) of catheter users with NLUTD and their caretakers to generate user-defined themes regarding bladder function and catheter-related barriers and the daily impacts on one's life.
Caregiver of Subject who used a Connected Catheter Caregiver (n=20) interviews will be done for those who care for individuals with similar bladder managements and etiologies.
  • Behavioral: Semi-structured interview
    Using iterative, semi-structured interviews or focus groups to explore the lived experience with CC and usual customary care (UCC) of catheter users with NLUTD and their caretakers to generate user-defined themes regarding bladder function and catheter-related barriers and the daily impacts on one's life.

Recruiting Locations

MedStar National Rehabilitation Hospital
Washington, District of Columbia 20010
Contact:
Amanda Rounds, PhD
202-877-1591
amanda.k.rounds@medstar.net

More Details

Status
Recruiting
Sponsor
Medstar Health Research Institute

Study Contact

Amanda K Rounds, PhD
2028771591
Amanda.K.Rounds@medstar.net

Detailed Description

Identify NLUTD user-defined themes regarding bladder function and catheter-related barriers and the daily impacts on one's life Specific Aim: Using iterative, semi-structured interviews or focus groups to explore the lived experience with CC and usual customary care (UCC) of catheter users with NLUTD and their caretakers to generate user-defined themes regarding bladder function and catheter-related barriers and the daily impacts on one's life.

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