Dr. Rebecca Reisch publishes a study on overactive bladder symptoms in female health professions students.

Dr. Rebecca Reisch recently published a study titled “Overactive Bladder Symptoms in Female Health Profession Students: Bladder Diary Characteristics and Impact of Symptoms on Health-Related Quality of Life” in the Journal of Women’s Health.  Co-authors include Professor Emeritus Dr. Richard Rutt and Professor Sheryl Sanders.  Her study examined over-active bladder symptoms, their association with bladder irritants, and their effects on health-related quality of life.  The study sample included undergraduate and graduate female students enrolled in the College of Health Professions and the College of Optometry at Pacific University.  Dr. Reisch’s scholarship focuses on a demographic that has not been adequately studied to date.   

The Journal of Women’s Health is the official journal of the Academy of Women’s Health and has an impact factor of 2.322.  Dr. Reisch’s manuscript is indexed on PubMed

Jan. 31, 2018