Bio

Interventions for Long Term Urinary Catheter Users

Mary Wilde, PhD, RN, Professor at the School of Nursing has an extensive background in community/public health and home care.

Her research is focused on improving self management of long-term urinary catheter users to prevent catheter related problems.

Dr. Wilde has completed a current randomized trial teaching awareness and self-monitoring skills to indwelling urinary catheter users as a component of self management. The study was conducted in Central and Western New York and in addition partnered with the Visiting Nurse Service of New York (City). This large randomized trial (N=202) was funded by the National Institute of Nursing Research (NINR) part of the U.S. National Institute of Health (NIH). The intervention involved four contacts with a study nurse over the first four months of their 12 months' participation to learn to increase awareness and self-monitoring of patterns of urine flow and to modify self-management behavior. The purpose is to decrease catheter related urinary tract infection, blockage, and dislodgement with their associated healthcare costs and to improve catheter-related quality of life.

Recently, Professor Wilde shifted to a similar population of persons who use intermittent catheters and conducted a feasibility study in using a web-based approach to self-management of problems and issues. The study was funded by NINR, NIH for two years. An additional grant from the Leary Fund was used to create a mobile phone friendly application for the intervention site and in particular for the web-based urinary diary.

Mary Wilde is a member of the Nurses Committee of the International Continence Society, has presented there often, abstracts and workshops. She is planning a series of powerpoint mini lectures for their website.She continues to consult with Professor Mandy Fader at Southampton University (UK) on several projects, including a study examining reuse of intermittent catheters and one on urinary bag decontamination, which is in planning stages.

Areas of Expertise

  • Care Strategies : Behavioral Change
  • Care Strategies : Pain and Symptom Experience / Management
  • Care Strategies : Self-Care
  • Care Strategies : Teaching
  • Level of Care : Chronic Illness / Disability
  • Level of Care : Prevention
  • Level of Care : Public Health - Epidemiology
  • Populations : Adults
  • Populations : Health Professionals
  • Populations : Men
  • Populations : Older Adults
  • Populations : Women
  • Theoretical Interests : Bio-Psycho-Social
  • Theoretical Interests : Outcomes Research (Patient-centered, Nursing-centered, Systems-centered)

Current Focus

"My research goal is to improve the everyday lives of community dwelling people with long-term urinary catheters--particularly indwelling catheter users--and to help provide better evidence for practice. Catheter related-problems include urinary tract infection (UTI), blockage or obstruction of the catheter, accidental dislodgement, and leakage or bypassing of urine. These problems cause considerable disruption in catheter users and their families' daily routines, and they contribute to excess health care expense. Nurses in home care or clinics often are involved in troubleshooting or managing the problems, frequently during evening and weekend hours.

My studies have been to: 1) identify and describe catheter related problems, 2) understand the lived experience of catheter users, 3) explore relationships among key catheter-related variables believed to contribute to catheter problems, and 4) develop self-management interventions to address the problems."


Professional Experience
Professor, University of Rochester ((Nursing)), Rochester, NY, US. 11/2015 - Current

Associate Professor, University of Rochester (Nursing), Rochester, NY, US. 7/2005 - 10/2015

Consultant, Birchwood Laboratories (new products for incontinence), Eden Prairie, MN, US. 12/2007 - 1/2008

Associate Professor, University of Massachusetts Amherst (Nursing), Amherst, MA, US. 8/2003 - 8/2005

Post-doctoral fellow, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (Nursing), Chapel Hill, NC, US. 7/2002 - 1/2004

Assistant Professor, Syracuse University (Nursing), Syracuse, NY, US. 8/1999 - 8/2003

Community Health Nurse, Herkimer County Public Health Department (Nursing), Herkimer, NY, US. 4/1999 - 8/1999

Research/teaching assistant, University of Rochester (Nursing), Rochester, NY, US. 9/1996 - 3/1999

Supervisor, At-Home Care (Community Health Nursing), Herkimer, NY, US. 6/1997 - 9/1997

Research Nurse, M. I. Bassett Hospital, Research Institute (Community and epidemiological research), Cooperstown, NY, US. 9/1990 - 1/1996

Consultant and program planner, Fingerlakes Visiting Nurse Service (Incontinence), Geneva, NY, US. 1/1994 - 9/1994

Assistant Professor, SUNY Institute of Technology (Nursing), Utica, NY, US. 9/1988 - 9/1990

Lecturer, Wayne State University (Nursing), Detroit, MI, US. 9/1986 - 9/1988

Supervisor, Greenfield Home Health Care (Community Health Nursing), Detroit, MI, US. 9/1985 - 7/1986

Relief PHN, Visiting Nurse Association of Metropolitan Detroit (Community Health Nursing), Detroit, MI, US. 5/1983 - 7/1985

PHN, Rush-Presbyterian-St. Luke's Medical Center (Community Health Nursing), Chicago, IL, US. 9/1980 - 9/1982

PHN, Nursing Service, Inc. (Community Health Nursing), Ridgewood, NJ, US. 3/1978 - 8/1980

PHN, VNA of Easton, PA (Community Health Nursing), Easton, PA, US. 3/1975 - 9/1976

PHN, Arlington VNA (Community Health Nursing), Arlington, MA, US. 1/1974 - 5/1974

Staff Nurse, Deaconess Hospital Diabetes Treatment Unit (Diabetes Nursing), Boston, MA, US. 1/1973 - 6/1973

Head Nurse, Joslin Diabetic Camp for Boys (Nursing), Charlton, MA, US. 6/1973 - 8/1973

PHN, Malden Community Nurses (Community Health Nursing), Malden, MA, US. 9/1971 - 1/1973

PHN, Princeton Hospital Community Health & VNS (Community Health Nursing), Princeton, NJ, US. 7/1970 - 9/1971

Staff Nurse, Boston VNA (Community Health Nursing), Boston, MA, US. 7/1969 - 8/1969

Charge Nurse, Dover General Hospital (Nursing), Dover, NJ, US. 6/1968 - 8/1968

Awards
Catherine-Ann Lawrence Literary Excellence Award 2014-2015
Urologic Nursing, 2015

CURE-UAB Faculty Award
First Congress of Urologic Research and Education on Aging UnderActive Bladder , 2014

Professional Advancement Award
University of Rochester, School of Nursing, 2011

Research Fellowship
International Continence Society , 2010

Loretta Ford Fellowship
University of Rochester School of Nursing, 1992

Non-Traditional Scholarship
Rackham Graduate School, 1983

Philosophy Award
Boston College School of Nursing, 1970

Medical-Surgical Nursing and Pediatrics
Lenox Hill Hospital, 1968

Presentations
How Catheter Associated Urinary Tract Infection (CAUTI) and Blockage are related in Long-Term Indwelling Urinary Catheter Users.
3rd CURE-UAB, 3rd International Congress for Underactive Bladder CURE-UAB, 2017
Washington, District Of Columbia

Catheters and Nursing Issues of Underactive Bladder
First Congress on Urological Research and Education on Aging UnderActive Bladder, First Congress on Urological Research and Education on Aging UnderActive Bladder, 2014
Bethesda, Maryland

Self-management of Urine Flow in Long-term Urinary Catheter Users
First Congress on Urological Research and Education on Aging UnderActive Bladder, 2014
Bethesda, Maryland

Self-management in long-term urinary catheter users.
46th Annual Conference, WOCN Society's, 2014
Nashville, Tennessee

Nursing Management of Incontinence
Annual Meeting, International Continence Society, 2014
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil

A randomized clinical trial of self-management of urine flow in long-term indwelling urinary catheter users
Annual Meeting, International Continence Society, 2014
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil

Randomized trial of self-management of urine flow in long-term indwelling catheter users
2014 State of the Science Congress on Nursing Research, The Council for the Advancement of Nursing Science, 2014
Washington, District Of Columbia

Urinary Catheter Securement
Research Hour, School of Nursing, 2014
Rochester, New York

. Seminar on Design: Conduct and Testing of Theory Based Interventions: Exemplars, Challenges. Long-Term Indwelling Urinary Catheter Self-Management;
Annual meeting, ENRS, 2014
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Urinary Catheter Self-management Research
Research Hour, School of Nursing, 2014
Rochester, New York

Symptoms of catheter-associated urinary tract infections (CAUTI) in long-term indwelling urinary catheter users
Annual meeting, ENRS, 2014
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Urinary Catheter Management and Self-management Research
Regional Meeting, WOCN Society Northeast Region and the Greater New York Chapter of the Dermatology Nurses Association, 2013
Rochester, New York

Self- management for people with long-term urinary catheters
Nurses Forum, Nurses Forum 43rd Annual Meeting of the International Continence Society, 2013
Barcelona, Spain

A new urinary catheter self-management scale (C-SMG),
Annual Conference, 43rd Annual Meeting of the International Continence Society, 2013
Barcelona, Spain

Development and psychometric evaluation of a self report quality of life questionnaire for individuals with long term indwelling catheter: The ICIQ-LTCQOL
Annual Conference, 43rd Annual Meeting of the International Continence Society, 2013
Barcelona, Spain

A new urinary catheter self-efficacy scale (C-SE),
Annual Conference, 43rd Annual Meeting of the International Continence Society, 2013
Barcelona, Spain

Urinary catheterization: Evaluating benefit versus risk and the application of new technology
Annual Conference, 43rd Annual Meeting of the International Continence Society, 2013
Barcelona, Spain

Development of a quality of life tool for long-term catheter-users
The Engineering Challenge: Innovating for Continence, Simon Foundation for Continence, 2013
Lincolnshire, Illinois

Long-term Indwelling Urinary Catheter Problems.
42nd Annual Meeting of the International Continence Society, October 17, 2012, International Continence Society, 2012
Beijing, China

Self-care practices for people with long-term urinary catheters
42nd Annual Meeting of the International Continence Society, International Continence Society Nurses Group, 2012
Beijing, China

. Revised Catheter-related Quality of Life Instrument, C-IQoL2.
42nd Annual Meeting of the International Continence Society, October17, 2012, International Continence Society, 2012
Beijing, China

Self-management for people with long-term urinary catheters.
Beijing University of Traditional Chinese Medicine, School of Nursing, 2012
Beijing, China

Self-management in long-term urinary catheter users. Workshop podium presentation on
Annual Conference, International Continence Society, 2012
Glasgow, Scotland

Management and Self-management of Indwelling Urinary Catheters
Research Day, Saint Joseph's Hospital Health Center, 2011
Syracuse, New York

Design Issues and Obstacles for Everyday Use of Intermittent Urinary Catheter
Simon Foundation Innovating for Continence Conference: The Engineering Challenge, Simon Foundation, 2011
Chicago, Illinois

Self-management issues and concerns in intermittent urinary catheter users
Annual conference, APHA, 2010
Denver, Colorado

A Qualitative Descriptive Study of Self-management Issues in People with Long-term Intermittent Urinary Catheters
Annual Meeting, International Continence Society and International Urogynecological Association., 2010
Toronto, ON, Canada

A New Urinary Catheter-related Quality of Life Instrument for Adults
39th International Continence Society Meeting, International Continence Society, 2009
San Francisco, California

Study on the use of long-term urinary catheters in community-dwelling individuals
39th International Continence Society Meeting, Inernational Continence Society, 2009
San Francisco, California

Pilot study of self-monitoring of urine flow in people with long-term urinary catheters
40th annual meeting, Wound Ostomy & Continence Nursing Society, 2008
Orlando, Florida

Prospective Study on the Use of Urinary Catheters
40th annual meeting, Wound Ostomy & Continence Nursing Society, 2008
Orlando, Florida

WOC Best Practice: Indwelling Urinary Catheter
40th annual meeting, Wound Ostomy & Continence Nursing Society, 2008
Orlando, Florida

Living with a Long-term Urinary Catheter: Impact on Quality of Life
Urinary Catheterization: Promises, Problems and Practicalities, International Continence Society, 2007
Rotterdam, Netherlands

ICS Nursing Members Survey
Annual Conference, International Continence Society, 2006
Christchurch, New Zealand

Awareness of Urine Flow in People with Long-term Urinary Catheters
Annual Conference, International Continence Society, 2005
Montreal, Quebec, Canada

Using the PHN Wheel in Teaching Undergraduate Students to Work with Homeless Populations
Annual Conference, Association of Community Health Educators, 2005
Hartford, Connecticut

Sensations of Urine Flow in People with Long-term Urinary Catheterization
Annual Conference, ENRS, 2005
New York, New York

Technical aspects of continence devices--ICS strategies
Continence: The Ultimate Goal, Continence Foundation of Australia, 2004
Fremantle, WA, Austria

Sensations of Urine Flow in People with Long-term Urinary Catheters
Annual Conference, Wound, Ostomy, and Continence Nursing Society, 2004
Tampa, Florida

Raising Awareness of Disability and Continence
Continence in the 'European Year of Disabled People', Royal College of Nursing, 2003
Telford, England

A Chart Audit of Factors Related to Urine Flow and Urinary Tract Infection
Annual Conference, ENRS, 2003
Yale, Connecticut

Urinary Catheter Care: Principles and Practical Tips Based on Research and Experience
Virtual Seminar (teleconference), National Association for Home Care, 2002

Embodied Drawings of a Sick Child: Glimpses into his World
Annual Conference, International Association for Human Caring, 2002
Boston, Massachusetts

Living with a Long-Term Urinary Catheter
Conference, Inter-urban Spinal Cord Association, 2001
Rochester, New York

Vulnerability in Living with a Long-Term Urinary Catheter
Annual Conference, ENRS, 2001
Atlantic City, New Jersey

Embodied Knowledge in Chronic Illness and Injury: Learning from Unaware Awareness
6th Philosophy in the Nurses' World Conference, Institute for Philosophical Nursing Research, 2001
Banff, Alberta, Canada

The Experience of Living with a Long-Term Urinary Catheter
32nd Annual Conference, Wound, Ostomy, and Continence Nursing Society, 2000
Toronto, Ontario, Canada

A Discussion of Issues Confronted in Randomized Trials of Interventions Carried out in the Home
Annual Conference, ENRS, 1999
Rochester, New York

Phenomenology of the Body: The Experience of Long-Term Urinary Catheterization
Society for Phenomenology and the Human Sciences, University of Colorado, 1998
Denver, Colorado

The Caring Connection in Nursing: A Concept Analysis
Annual Conference, International Association for Human Caring, 1996
Rochester, Minnesota

Does a Dietary Program to Lower Cholesterol Affect Patients' Quality of Life?
Annual Conference, Society for Behavioral Medicine, 1994
Boston, Massachusetts

Catheter Care Among Home Care Clients with Long-Term Urinary Catheterization
First National Home Care Symposium, University of Michigan, 1985
Ann Arbor, Massachusetts

Publications
Miner, S., Liebel, D.V., Wilde, M.H., Carroll, J.K., Omar, S. (2017). Somali Older Adults' and Their Families' Perceptions of Adult Home Health Services. J Immgr Minor Health. DOI: 10.1007/s10903-017-0658-5

Miner, S., Liebel, D. V., Wilde, M. H., Carroll, J., & Omar, S. (2017). Using a Clinical Outreach Project to Foster a Community-Engaged Research Partnership With Somali Families.. . Progress in Community Health Partnerships: Research, Education, and Action, 11 (1), 53-59.

Wilde, M. H., McMahon, J. M., Crean, H. F. & Brasch, J. (2017). Exploring relationships of catheter-associated urinary tract infection and blockage in people with long-term indwelling urinary catheters. Journal of Clinical Nursing.. Journal of Clinical Nursing, E Print March 2017, 26, 2558-2571.

Capellan, J., Wilde, M. H. & Zhang, F. (2017). Measurement reactivity in a randomized clinical trial using self-reported data. Journal of Nursing Scholarship, 49, 111-119.

Wilde, MH; McMahon, JM; Tang, W; McDonald, MV; Brasch, J; Fairbanks, E; Shah, S (2016). Self-care management questionnaire for long-term indwelling urinary catheter users. Neurourology and Urodynamics,, 35 (4), 492-496.

Wilde, M.H., Crean, H.F., McMahon, J.M., McDonald, M.V., Tang, W., Brasch, J., Fairbanks, E., Shah, S. & Zhang, F (2016). Testing a model of self-management of fluid intake in community-residing long-term indwelling urinary catheter users. Nursing Research, 65 (2), 97-106.

Miner, S., Liebel, D., Wilde, M.; Carroll, J., Zicari, E., Chalupa, S (2016). Meeting the needs of older adult refugee populations with home health services. .Journal of Transcultural Nursing; doi: 10.1177/1043659615623327 (e-print ahead), 24 (3), 142-161.

Wilde, M. H., McMahon, J. M., Fairbanks, E., Brasch, J., Parshall, R., Zhang, F., Miner, S., Thayer, D., Schneiderman, D. ,& Harrington, B. (2016). Feasibility of a web-based self-management intervention for intermittent catheter uses with spinal cord injury. Journal of Wound, Ostomy, and Continence Nursing,, 43 (5). DOI: 10.1097/won.0000000000000256

Cotterill, N. Fowler, S., Avery, M., Cottenden, A. M., Wilde, M., Long, A., & Fader, M. J. (2016). Development and psychometric evaluation of the ICIQ-LTCqol: A self-report quality of life questionnaire for long-term indwelling catheter users. Neurourology and Urodynamics,, 35 (3), 423-428.

Wilde, M. H., Fairbanks, E., Parshall, R., Zhang, F., Miner, S., Thayer, D., Harrington, B., Brasch, J., & McMahon, J. M (2015). Development of an internet self-management intervention for intermittent urinary catheter users with spinal cord injury. CIN Computers, Informatics, and Nursing DOI:10.1097/CIN.0000000000000182, 33 (11), 478-486.

Wilde, M. H. & Fader, M. (2015). Chapter 12. Appropriate use of containment devices and absorbent products.. In D. B. Doughty & K. N.Moore, Eds., Wound, Ostomy and Continence Nurses Society® Core Curriculum: Continence Management (1st Ed)., 1, (pp. 211-231)..

Wilde, M. H., Fairbanks, E., Parshall, R., Zhang, F., Miner, S., Thayer, D., Harrington, B., Brasch, J., Schneiderman, D., & McMahon, J. M. (2015). A Web-based self-management intervention for intermittent catheter users.. Urologic Nursing, 35 (3), 127-133.

Cotterill, N. Fowler, S., Avery, M., Cottenden, A.M., Wilde, M., Long, A., Fader, M.J. (2015). Development and psychometric evaluation of the ICIQ-LTCqol: A self-report quality of life questionnaire for long-term indwelling catheter users.DOI: 10.1002/nau.22729. Neurourology and Urodynamics. DOI: 10.1002/nau.22729.

Wilde, M. H., McMahon, J. M., Tang, W., McDonald, M. J., Brasch, J., Fairbanks, E., Shah, S. (2015). Self-care management questionnaire for long-term indwelling urinary catheter users. DOI 10.1002/nau.22735. Neurourology and Urodynamics.

Wilde, M. H., McMahon, J. M., McDonald, M. J., Tang, W., Wang, W., Brasch, J., Fairbanks, E., Shah, S., Zhang, F., & Chen, D. (2015). Self-management intervention for long-term indwelling urinary catheter users: Randomized clinical trial.. Nursing Research, 64 (1), 24-34.

Wilde, M.H., Bliss, D.Z., Booth, J., Cheater, F.M., & Tannenbaum, C. (2014). Self-management of Urinary and fecal incontinence.. American Journal of Nursing, 114 (1), 38-45.

Griebling, T.L., DuBeau, C.E., Kuchel, G., Wilde, M.H., Lajiness, M., Tomoe, H., Diokno A, Vereecke, A., Chancellor, M.B. (2014). Defining and advancing education and conservative therapies of underactive bladder. International Urology and Nephrology, 46, 1:S29-34.

Fairbanks, E., Shah, S., Wilde, M.H., McDonald, M.V., Brasch, J., McMahon, J.M. (2014). Successful recruitment methods in the community for a two-site clinical trail.. Applied Nursing Research, 27, 254-257.

Wilde, M. H. (2014). Catheterization Q & A.. Urology Care, 9-10.

Wilde MH, Zhang F, Fairbanks E, Shah S, McDonald MV, Brasch J. (2013). Perceived value of a urinary catheter self-management program in the home. Home Health Nurse, 31 (9), 465-473.

Wilde, M. H., Zhang, F., Fairbanks, E., Shah, S., McDonald, M. V & Brasch, J. (2013). Perceived Value of a New Urinary Catheter Self-Management Program. Home Healthcare Nurse, 31 (9), 465-473.

Wilde, M. H. & Zhang, F. (2013). Best practices in managing the indwelling urinary catheter for the homecare patient. Perspectives, 10 (1), 1,7-12.

Wilde, M. H., Fader, M., Ostaszkiewicz, J., Prieto, J. & Moore, K (2013). A systematic review of urinary drainage bag decontamination for long-term use. Journal of Wound Ostomy and Continence Nursing, 40 (3), 299-308.

Cottenden, A., Bliss, D., Buckley, B., Fader, M., Gartley, C., Hayer, D , Ostaszkiewicz, J. , Pieters, R., & Wilde, M.H (2013). Management using continence products. In P. Abrams, L. Cardozo, S. Khoury, & A. Wein A, Eds., Incontinence: 5th international consultation on incontinence. The Netherlands: ICUD-EAU Publishers, 1651-1786.

Cottenden, A., Bliss, D., Buckley, B., Fader, M., Gartley, C., Hayer, D , Ostaszkiewicz, J. , Pieters, R., & Wilde, M.H (2013). Management using continence products. Incontinence: 5th international consultation on incontinence ., (pp. 1651-1786).

Wilde M.H., McDonald M.V,, Brasch J., McMahon J.M., Fairbanks E., Shah S., Tang W., Scheid E. (2013). Long-term Urinary Catheter Users Self-Care Practices and Problems. Journal of Clinical Nursing, 22, 256-67.

Smith, J. A. Wilde, M. H. & Brasch, J (2012). Internet recruitment and retention for a six months longitudinal study. Journal of Nursing Scholarship, 44 (2), 165-170.

Andreessen, L., Wilde, M. H., & Herendeen, P. (2012). Preventing catheter-associated urinary tract infections in acute care: the bundle approach. Journal of Nursing Care Quality, 27 (3), 1-9.. DOI: 10.1097/NCQ.0b013e318248b0b1

Wilde, M. H. , Brasch, J., & Zhang, Y (2011). A qualitative descriptive study of self-management issues in people with long-term intermittent urinary catheters. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 67 (6), 67(6), 12541263.. DOI: 10.1111/j.1365-2648.2010.05583.x

Wilde, M. H., Brasch, J., Getliffe, K., Brown, K. A., McMahon, J. Smith, J. A., Anson, E., Tang, W., & Tu, X (2010). Study on the use of long-term urinary catheters in community dwelling individuals. Journal of Wound Ostomy and Continence Nursing, 37 (3), 301-310.

Wilde, M. H., Getliffe, K., Brasch, J., McMahon, J. Anson, E., Tu, X (2010). A New Urinary Catheter-related Quality of Life Instrument for Adults. Neurourology and Urodynamics. DOI: 10.1002/nau20865

Wilson, M., Wilde, M., Webb, M.L., Thompson, D., Parker, D., Harwood, J., Callan, L., Gray, M. (2009). Nursing interventions to reduce the risk of catheter-associated urinary tract infection. Part II, Staff education, monitoring, and care techniques.. Journal of Wound, Ostomy and Continence Nursing,, 36 (2), 137-154.

Parker, D., Callan, L., Harwood, J., Thompson, D., Wilde, M., Gray, M. (2009). Nursing interventions to reduce the risk of catheter-associated urinary tract infection. Part I, Catheter selection.. Journal of Wound, Ostomy, Continence Nursing, 36 (1), 23-34.

Parker, D., Callan, L., Harwood, J., Thompson, D., Webb, M.L., Wilde, M., & Wilson, M. (2009). Catheter-associated urinary tract infection. Fact sheet. Journal of Wound, Ostomy and Continence Nursing, 36 (2), 156-159..

Fader, M., Cottenden, A., Bliss, D., Buckley, B., Getliffe, K. A., Paterson, J., Pieters, R., Wilde, M.H. (2009). Making sense of continence products and devices. Urology News, 13 (2), 2-24.

Continence Subcommittee- Jinbo, A., Crumley, C. ,Ducher, J., Kupsick, P., Maloy, J., McTigue, T., Parker, D., Short, T., Thompson, D., Walsh, N. & Wilde, M. H. (2009). Indwelling Urinary Catheters: Best Practice for Clinicians.. Wound Ostomy and Continence Nursing Society, 52 pp.

Cottenden, A., Bliss, D., Fader, M., Getliffe, K., Buckley, B., Wilde, M.H., & Pieters, R. (2009). Management using continence products. Incontinence. 4th International Consultation on Incontinence, 4th ed. Paris: Health Publication LTD., 4, 1519-1644.

Wilde, M.H. & Brasch, J. (2008). A Pilot Study of Self-Monitoring of Urine Flow in People with Long-Term Urinary Catheters. Research in Nursing and Health, 31 (5), 490-500.

Wilde, M.H. & Brasch, J. (2008). An Intervention to Teach Self-monitoring of Urine Flow in Long-term Catheter Users. International Journal of Urological Nursing, 2 (2), 62-71.

Wilde, M.H. & Garvin, S (2007). A concept analysis of self-monitoring. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 57 (3), 339-350.

Fader, M., Zimmaro-Bliss, D., Clark-O'Neill, S., Cottenden, A., Getliffe, K., Herrera, H. H. , Paterson, J., Szonyi, & Wilde, M. (2006). Containment and stress urinary incontinence: current perspectives in product provision, usage, and evaluation. In L. Cardozo, D. Robinson, & A. Miles, Eds., Effective management of stress urinary incontinence. London, UK.: Aesculapius Medical Press., 103-23..

Wilde, M.H. & Dougherty, M.C (2006). Awareness of urine flow in people with long-term urinary catheters. With Commentary from B. Roe and Response by Authors. Journal of Wound Ostomy and Continence Nursing, 33 (2), 164-75.

Wilde, MH & Getliffe, KA (2006). Urinary catheter care for older adults. Annals of Long-Term Care: Clinical Care and Aging, 14 (8), 38-42.

Cottenden, A., Bliss, D.., Fader, M., Getliffe, K.A., Herrera,H., Paterson, J., Szonyi, G., Wilde, M (2005). Chapter 4: Management with continence products. Urinary Incontinence, 3rd ICS Consultation, 3, 149-255.

Wilde, MH (2004). Urinary catheter management for the older adult patient. Clinical Geriatrics, 12 (4), 26-32.

Wilde, M.H., Albanese, E., Rennells, R., & Bullock, Q. (2004). Development of a student nurses' clinic for homeless men. Public Health Nursing, 21 (4), 354-60.

Wilde, MH (2003). Meanings and practical knowledge of people with long-term urinary catheters. With commentary by B.L Cameron. Journal of Wound Ostomy Continence Nursing, 30 (1), 33-43.

Wilde, MH (2003). Embodied knowledge in chronic illness and injury. Nursing Inquiry, 10 (3), 170-6.

Wilde, AJ, Wilde, MH, & Hensel, ML (2003). Glimpses into the world of a sick teenager. American Journal of Nursing, 103 (12), 47-49.

Wilde, MH (2003). Life with an indwelling urinary catheter: The dialectic of stigma and acceptance. Qualitative Health Research, 13 (9), 1189-1204.

Wilde, MH (2003). Urinary tract infection in people with long-term urinary catheters. Journal of Wound, Ostomy, and Continence Nursing, 30, 314-23.

Wilde, MH & Carrigan, MJ (2003). A chart audit of factors related to urine flow and urinary tract infection. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 43 (3), 254-262.

Wilde, MH (2002). Urine flowing: A phenomenological study of living with a urinary catheter. Research in Nursing and Health, 25, 14-24.

Wilde, MH (2002). Understanding urinary catheter problems from the patient's point of view. Home Healthcare Nurse, 20 (7), 449-56.

Wilde, MH (2002). Home care clinics: Long-term catheters. ADVANCE: for Providers of Post-Acute Care, 5 (6), 22-4.

Price, C & Wilde, MH (2000). To the editor:... "Why embodiment now?". Advances in Nursing Science., 23 (1), vi-vii.

Wilde, MH (1999). Why embodiment now?. Advances in Nursing Science, 22 (2), 25-38.

Wilde, MH (1997). Long term urinary catheterization: Conceptualizing the research base. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 25, 1252-61.

Wilde, MH (1997). The caring connection in nursing: A concept analysis. International Journal for Human Caring, 1 (1), 18-24.

Wilde, MH (1991). Foley catheter management at home. Home Healthcare Nurse, 9 (3), 39-45.

Wilde, MH (1986). Living with a Foley. American Journal of Nursing, 86 (10), 1121-3.