Friday, October 24, 2014
Jasmine Schmidt
  • Jasmine Schmidt, Health Guide
  • Location: United States
  • Gender: Female
  • Bio: Incontinence Educator
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HEALTH INTERESTS:

Incontinence,  Stress Incontinence,  Urge Incontinence

DRUGS I AM TAKING:

Jasmine Schmidt has not shared any drug information.

ABOUT ME:

Jasmine D. Schmidt is an educational consultant whose work experience includes designing and launching educational programs; writing curricula; and public speaking. From 2003 through 2008 Jasmine D. Schmidt served as the Director of Education at The Simon Foundation for Continence, a not-for-profit organization dedicated to providing education and support services to individuals with incontinence. In her role at the Foundation, Ms. Schmidt developed educational materials for the lay person and traveled extensively as one of the key Foundation spokespersons, speaking on behalf of the needs of people with incontinence. In 2004 Ms. Schmidt co-authored and presented a paper entitled, "The Code and Practice of Public Toilets in the United States of America" at the World Toilet Summit in Beijing, China. She has also delivered keynote addresses for health professionals and industry, including the 2005 annual meeting of the Canadian Nurse Continence Advisors and the recent pharmaceutical industry launches of an OAB drug. She has also appeared on network television on World News Tonight, hosted by Peter Jennings. Ms. Schmidt has participated on The National Kidney and Urologic Diseases Information Clearing House Coordinating Panel at the National Institutes of Health; the Continence Promotion Committee of the International Continence Society; the Advocacy Coalition for Improved Bladder Health and Pelvic Support; and was a panelist for the U.S. Stress Urinary Incontinence Awareness Week press conference, at which five-time Olympic Gold Medalist Bonnie Blair was introduced as the campaign spokesperson. Ms. Schmidt is currently a new-mom-to-be living in the Chicagoland area with her husband.

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Health Professional in Incontinence

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