Katherine Moore is the Associate Dean Graduate Studies at the University of Alberta in Canada. She holds a a Master's degree from University of Alberta studying reuse of catheters for intermittent catheterisation, PHD from University of Alberta -- her dissertation was an RCT on treatment of incontinence post radical prostatectomy, and she did a post doctoral Fellowship at Kings College London England on incontinence and UTI in women. She is past editor of the Cochrane Group and past Editor of Journal of Wound Ostomy and Continence Nursing. Her current research focuses on intermittent catheterisation and UTI and long term indwelling catheters vs suprapubic catheters.
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152 - State of the Science and Best Practice on Indwelling Catheterization and CAUTI