The following clinicians contributed to this briefing:
Professor Christopher Chapple, Consultant Urological Surgeon, Royal Hallamshire Hospital. He has no conflicts of interests in the technology but is the Urinary Continence Management Theme Lead for Devices for Dignity, a National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) Healthcare Technology Cooperative, which delivers innovative technology solutions focused on dignity and independence, for people with long-term conditions.
Alison Wileman, Continence Service Lead/Advanced Clinical Nurse Specialist – Continence, Royal College of Nursing Continence Forum Committee Member, Southern Health NHS Foundation Trust. No conflicts.
Sister Amanda Smith, Specialist Stoma Care Nurse, Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust. No conflicts.
Ms Lucy Bowman, MacMillan Urology Clinical Nurse Specialist. Stepping Hill Hospital. No conflicts.
Representatives from the following patient organisations contributed to this briefing:
The Urostomy Association.