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Male Urology Learning Week 2023

Discover our new resources for primary care professionals with out Male Urology Learning Week content!

The Changing Prostate Cancer Pathway

Head of Improving Care, Amy Rylance, presents the updated diagnostic pathway.

Prostate Cancer Specialists Course 2023

An online course for Clinical Nurse Specialists, Allied Health Professionals, and all other specialists who care for men with prostate cancer.

Advances in Radiotherapy

An overview of the current advances and future directions in practice for treating men with radiotherapy.

Community-based assessment clinic for BME men

The learnings and experiences of a community-based service providing prostate cancer information and investigations for men of a BME background

Active surveillance for localised prostate cancer

A review of the current evidence, NICE 2019 guideline and tools to help you and your patients. Accredited by the Royal College of Surgeons of England for up to 2.0 CPD points.

Palliative Care: not just at the end of life

This module is a patient-informed palliative care education resource for health care professionals. Using survey data of patient and family caregiver experience, it discusses how to identify, assess and manage unmet palliative care needs.

Communicating the consequences of low and intermediate risk prostate cancer

Conveying the potential risks and benefits of treatment options to those just given a diagnosis of low or intermediate risk prostate cancer can be challenging; for example, men and their families can be left with concerns about cancer progression that affect their preferences for Active Surveillance versus ‘immediate’ treatment, and, for those with intermediate-risk prostate cancer, their choice between treatments.