Last month we summarised the systematic review by Brennen et al. The review concluded that providing group-based pelvic floor muscle training for all women during pregnancy is more efficient than individual training.
The PEDro Education and Training Subcommittee have been thinking about the format of the infographics we have been producing to summarise the implications of important systematic reviews. This month we have produced two versions. We invite all PEDro users to give us feedback about their preferred format. We’d like to know which format (original or alternate) would make you more likely to use the infographic to apply the evidence in clinical practice. You can submit your preference by:
- using the PEDro web-site
- tagging us in a Tweet (@PEDro_database), or
- commenting on our infographic Facebook post on 11 June 2021 (@PhysiotherapyEvidenceDatabase.PEDro).
Both infographics provide some suggestions for efficient models of care for providing pelvic floor muscle training during pregnancy. Which do you prefer?
Brennen R, et al. Group-based pelvic floor muscle training for all women during pregnancy is more cost-effective than postnatal training for women with urinary incontinence: cost-effectiveness analysis of a systematic review. J Physiother 2021;67(2):105-14