In other words, building capacity for better intimate healthcare within bowel, urinary or wound diseases through training of healthcare practitioners (nurses, doctors, surgeons or other providers of care).
Promoting awareness and understanding
Helping those with intimate healthcare needs better explain and address the challenges they face in living with chronic bowel, urinary or wound diseases. The measures might include the formation of end user groups and peer-to-peer programmes that address quality of life issues or address taboos or difficulties that individuals face in their daily living.
Working with healthcare practitioners and health policy makers to improve standards of care and provide more robust treatment and reimbursement environments for those with intimate healthcare needs.