Tamara Dickinson is a nationally and internationally recognized authority in urodynamics, incontinence, voiding dysfunction, and pelvic floor dysfunction. She is board certified in urology nursing and continence nursing and is certified in biofeedback for pelvic muscle dysfunction.
With 18 years in the field, Tamara is experienced in pelvic floor therapy (for continence, pelvic pain and dysfunctional elimination), neurogenic voiding dysfunction, and pessary fitting and management. She is a frequent national presenter on these topics.
Tamara is the Senior Research Nurse in Continence and Voiding Dysfunction in the Department of Urology at UT Southwestern Medical Center in Dallas, TX. In addition to her research role, she sees patients clinically for Urodynamics, pelvic floor therapy and pessary fitting and management. She is a Past President of the Society of Urologic Nurses and Associates (SUNA). She is also a member of the Continence Promotion Committee and the School of Urodynamics of the International Continence Society. She is also an advisory board member for the Simon Foundation for Continence and Hollister Inc.
Ms. Dickinson is a past recipient of the SUNA President's Trophy for outstanding contributions to the association and the Past President's Lectureship Award.