Thanks to the Rural Doctors Association (RDAA) for supporting Navigate - by promoting to their members through an online newsletter. RDAA is the peak professional body representing the interests of rural and remote doctors and the communities they live and work in.
Thanks to the Defence Men’s Shed for supporting Navigate, by promoting to their members through social media. The Defence Shed provides veterans and family members living in rural and remote locations across the country a vital link to the Defence and Emergency Services Community and much needed social and welfare support.
The Navigate trial was represented at the UroGP Symposium, Australia's most comprehensive educational forum on urology health for GPs. The conference was held at the Melbourne Convention Exhibition Centre with over 450 medical professionals in attendance including GPs, urologists and nurses.
Cabrini has teamed up with Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre and Swinburne University as one of the trial sites for Navigate, which was designed by men to help men make more informed decisions about their management options for prostate cancer.
In this week’s episode, the team pays special attention to the men in our lives for Father’s Day, celebrating all things men’s health.
Listen to the 1st part of a Gippsland FM radio interview by Less Hunt who talks with Alan White, prostate cancer survivor. Alan shares his personal experience of being diagnosed with low risk - then later - intermediate risk prostate cancer.
Listen to the 2nd part of a Gippsland FM radio interview by Less Hunt who talks with Alan White, prostate cancer survivor. Alan shares his personal experience of being diagnosed with low risk - then later - intermediate risk prostate cancer.
Research Nurse, Natalie Richards from Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre (Melbourne) is the guest host for this episode. She talks to urologist, Mr Kevin Chu about how prostate cancer is diagnosed, the tests involved and teasing out the differences...
“You’ve got prostate cancer.” It’s a phrase no man wants to hear and while some people automatically associate a cancer diagnosis with aggressive treatments or death, a localised, low-risk prostate cancer is actually not a death sentence if caught early.
Research shows that men with low-risk prostate cancer do not always fully understand their treatment options and the benefits and risks of each option. This can sometimes create a feeling of worry or being overwhelmed about what to do.
Men are distressed, confused and conflicted about the treatment options for early stage and non-aggressive prostate cancer “Everybody’s got different ideas about it,” one man reported when talking about his diagnosis of localised, low risk prostate cancer (LRPC).
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Being told you have prostate cancer is a terrifying experience for many men – and it’s one Peter knows well. When he received his diagnosis, Peter was convinced he had just six months to live.
Thanks to Jill Hennessy, Australian politician and Minister of Health for re-tweeting our tweet about the Navigate Trial! Every post helps to raise awareness about this trial for men and their partners faced with a diagnosis of early-stage localised prostate cancer.
Our volunteer representative, Alan White, strives to improve the experience of men living with prostate cancer. Since his prostate cancer diagnosis in 2000, Alan’s passion is to raise awareness about prostate health. Here we share stories about Alan’s efforts to raise awareness about the Navigate Trial in the community.
The Shedder’s Big Day Out, as part of Men’s Shed Week, was held during Prostate Cancer Awareness Month. This provided an ideal opportunity to promote the NAVIGATE trial.
The Bayside City Council ran an RUOK day at the Brighton Town Hall. As part of Prostate Cancer Awareness month, Alan White presented the Navigate trial and the benefits of prostate cancer support groups, for men facing a prostate cancer diagnosis.
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