A clinically useful update on the prostate cancer management
70% of GPs believe prostate cancer testing guidelines are unclear.
1/3 of GPs don’t refer to any guidelines when testing for prostate cancer.
88% of GPs are not confident in managing sexual rehabilitation post treatment.
With a recent study highlighting the uncertainty from GPs in diagnosis, treatment and care for prostate cancer patients, this program is sure to be informative and enlightening.
This program is dedicated to Prostate Cancer and Men’s Health primarily for the GP but is relevant for all men’s health care professionals.
Wednesday 19 August 2015, Cairns Convention Centre
6pm Registration, Program 615pm – 930pm
Early Bird Registration Fee: Only $90.00
This educational event will cover the following information:
- The status of prostate cancer testing in 2015 “The Prostate Cancer testing Guidelines Salad” – What to do in 2015? Speaker Mr Ming Wong, Urologist, St Vincent’s Hospital, Melbourne.
- “Men’s Health Hour” Bowel cancer screening. Speaker Mr P Prinsloo, Colorectal Surgeon, Cairns. Followed by a Cardiac Imaging update: Coronary Artery CT Calcium scores and CT angiography vs Older options .Speaker: Dr Sam Hillier, Cardiologist, Cairns
- Prostate Cancer in the Indigenous Population – an update on the barriers and opportunities.
- Open Forum, Q and A style-panel. Ask the specialists your burning questions Urologist, Radiation Oncologist, GP, Urology Nurse and Psychologist will be on hand to provide you with answers. Pannel includes: Dr Chris Nelson, Psychologist Memorial Sloane Kettering NY, Mr P Anderson, Urologist, Melbourne; Mrs P Husband RN, Townsville.
Bonus educational activity included with your registration
If you register for the GP Workshop you have the option to attend a half day erectile dysfunction and sexual rehabilitation workshop – from beginners to advanced practice (Wednesday 19 August)
Erectile dysfunction and sexual rehabilitation workshop
In the afternoon as part of the Prostate Cancer World Congress program, we have dedicated two full sessions to explore the complex and challenging field of sexual dysfunction and sexual rehabilitation. The first session will provide all the basic information needed to commence a sexual rehabilitation program – from ED aids and devices, to penile prosthesis, how to manage the learning curve of establishing a sexual rehabilitation program, what non-medical devices are available and how to talk to patients about these, to engaging couples in the program and managing the psychological aspects of care.
The advanced ED session will focus on extending your knowledge about sexual dysfunction and sexual rehabilitation. This session will explore the complexities of sexual dysfunction, couple factors and intimacy and issues of identity, how to talk to men and their partners about trialling new sexual devices, how to work within the multidisciplinary team to optimize sexual outcomes, and the role of GP in supporting the sexual rehabilitation program. This session will also provide an opportunity for discussion about managing complex sexual dysfunction cases.
The Prostate Cancer World Congress has a 3 day multidisciplinary stream with workshops relevant to GPs e.g. Mindfulness, Erectile Dysfunction, Exercise physiology, Research workshops and Networking. The 3 day registration cost will include the GP evening session. We welcome your attendance for the full Congress.
Delegates can self-allocate RACGP points by submitting their attendance individually to the RACGP