K.3.1Clinical studies excluded

Author/titleReason for exclusion
Martins G, Soler ZASG, Batigalia F, Moore KN. Clean intermittent catheterisation. Educational booklet directed to caregivers of children with neurogenic bladder dysfunction. J Wound Ostomy Continence Nurs 2009; 36: 545–549.No relevant outcomes
O’Hara L, Cadbury H, De Souza L, Ide L. Evaluation of the effectiveness of professionally guided self-care for people with multiple sclerosis living in the community: a randomised controlled trial. Clinical rehabilitation 2002; 16: 119–128No relevant outcomes and the intervention was not directed at urinary management.
Eames S, Hoffmann T, Worrall L, Read S. Stroke patients’ and carers’ perception of barriers to accessing stroke information. Top Stroke Rehabil 2010; 17: 69–78Concerned with perceived barriers to information access rather than the effects of information on outcomes.

From: Appendix K, Excluded studies

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