Simon in the Press

OWM: Ostomy, Wound Management. July 2017, Special to the Online Edition.
Innovation in Products for People with Incontinence, By Elizabeth A. LaGro, MLIS.
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EP Magazine, February 2016
Stigma and Health Conditions. Part 3, by Cheryle Gartley with Mary Radtke Klein (PDF), part two of a series on the inapct of stigma on people with health conditions and the inmportance of resilience This article is published in the December 2015 edition of EP Magazine. Subscriptions and access to the complete issue and journal are available at www.eparent.com. Read the article.

EP Magazine, December 2015
Stigma and Health Conditions. Part 2, by Cheryle Gartley with Mary Radtke Klein (PDF), part two of a series on the inapct of stigma on people with health conditions and the inmportance of resilience This article is published in the December 2015 edition of EP Magazine. Subscriptions and access to the complete issue and journal are available at www.eparent.com. Read the article.

EP Magazine, November 2015
Stigma and Health Conditions, Part 1, by Cheryle Gartley with Mary Radtke Klein (PDF), an article on the impact of stigma on people with health conditions and the importance of resilience. This article is published in the November 2015 edition of EP Magazine (Exceptional Parent). Subscriptions and access to this journal are available at www.eparent.com. Read the article.

Journal of Clinical Psychology in Medical Settings, September 2013
A quality of life survey of individuals with urinary incontinence who visit a self-help website: implications for those seeking healthcare information, by Rozensky RH, Tovian SM, Gartley CB, Nichols TR, Layton M. Read the abstract.

Exceptional Parent, May 2011
Rick Rader, MD, after attending the 2011 Innovating for Continence Conference, wrote an editorial for the May 2011 issue of Exceptional Parent, entitled “Wet Pants” that included his thoughts on the conference. Access the article.

The Link, March 2008
Cheryl Gartley has a feature article in The Link, the publication of the Canadian Association of Enterstomal Therapists, in their March 2008 issue, entitled, “The Impact of Stigma in Healthcare.”

Urologic Nursing, October 2006
Bringing Mohammed to the mountain: educating the community for continence, by Cheryl B. Gartley. Read the abstract.

The Lancet, January 2006
The Foundation’s President and Founder, Cheryl Gartley, was featured in The Lancet with her article on living with incontinence and dealing with stigma. Read the article.

Us TOO HotSheet, May 2007
The Us Too Prostate Cancer Education and Support Group published Coping with the Feelings Surrounding Incontinence by Cheryle Gartley. Read the article.

Kangogaku Zasshi, June 1989
The problem of urinary incontinence and the future prospect viewed by patients–activities by the Simon Foundation of the United States, by Cheryl B. Gartley. The original article is in Japanese.