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Survive and Thrive: Survivorship

Nursing & Allied Health Stream - Nursing & Allied Health - Meeting Room 104
What happens after prostate cancer diagnosis and treatment? Learn from the top researchers and clinicians the essential tools for prostate cancer survivorship, models of psychosocial care, how and when to measure cost effectiveness, how research can translate to clinical practice and exercise prescription in action. This session examines who our most disadvantaged patients are and provides valuable insights into how we can best support them throughout treatment and follow up.
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Morning Tea

Nursing & Allied Health Stream - Nursing & Allied Health - Meeting Room 105 & 106
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Morning Tea

Clinical Urology Stream - Clinical Urology
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Dilemmas in Localised Disease

Clinical Urology Stream - Clinical Urology
Whilst most of the change in prostate cancer management has been in the metastatic setting, even the treatment of localized disease is evolving. Local and international speakers will cover wide ranging topics, including PSMA PET imaging in the diagnosis of local disease, optimizing the delivery of radiation, the role of pelvic lymphadenectomy in the PSMA PET era and whether or not there is still a role for adjuvant radiation
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Radiation Station: Radiotherapy 101

Nursing & Allied Health Stream - Nursing & Allied Health - Meeting Room 104
This comprehensive session likely covers everything you have ever wanted to know about radiotherapy. What it is, how it is given, what the short- and long-term complications are and how we can optimally prepare our patients for radiotherapy. A valuable session for anyone involved in prostate cancer patient survivorship.
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Lunch

Nursing & Allied Health Stream - Nursing & Allied Health - Meeting Room 105 & 106
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Lunch

Clinical Urology Stream - Clinical Urology
Clinical Urology Stream - Clinical Urology
The USPSTF recommendations a decade ago were driven by overdiagnosis and over treatment and lead to reductions in PSA screening across the western world. This session will cover the implications of those changes to screening, how the diagnostic pathway has evolved and how to optimise active surveillance for the decade ahead
Nursing & Allied Health Stream - Nursing & Allied Health - Meeting Room 104
How does prostate cancer treatment impact sexual function and intimacy? How can we support couples and single men suffering the sexual side effects of prostate cancer treatment? What sex toys are available for patients and couples to enhance pleasure and intimacy and when and how can we recommend them? Hear from our advanced practice clinicians and experts as they explain everything you need to know to conduct a sexual function assessment, provide a treatment plan and get tips on important treatment and resources for both patients, couples and clinicians navigating through this field.
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Afternoon Tea

Nursing & Allied Health Stream - Nursing & Allied Health - Meeting Room 105 & 106
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Afternoon Tea

Clinical Urology Stream - Clinical Urology
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Rapid Fire Poster Presentations - The Best of the Best

Rapid Fire Poster Session - Nursing & Allied Health - Meeting Room 105 & 106
Our closing session of the nursing and allied health program arguably saves the best for last. Hand selected from  submissions this year, the top creme de la creme abstracts of the conference will be presented in a fast paced format. Get inspired by your fellow colleagues, researchers and students working in prostate cancer what research they have conducted to inform prostate cancer care provision. We will also announce the Winner of the Helen Crowe Poster Award.
In this interactive practical workshop, you will build on the knowledge learnt from the previous session, with experts teaching you their tips and tricks on how to educate patients to use medical therapy, vacuum erection devices, toys and intracavernosal injections for treatment of erectile dysfunction. Come away from this session with a greater confidence in sexual dysfunction care provision. (Please note this session will be subject to capacity)