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Jacq Emkes is a maths teacher and lives in Bedfordshire.
She is a patient advocate for continence care, speaking at events across the UK to raise awareness of issues for bladder and bowel patients.
Jacq is a patient champion for the It’s Personal campaign, which calls for better services and support for people with bladder and bowel problems.
She is also a patient advocate for NHS England’s Excellence In Continence Care Programme Board and has contributed to the Excellence in Continence Care guidance.