Prostate Cancer Resources
Prostate Optimal Care Pathway Overview
The Integrated Cancer Services (ICS) works with health services to implement the nationally endorsed Optimal Care Pathways for cancer (OCPs). Prostate cancer was nominated by the Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) as one of the focus tumour streams for 2017/18.
WCMICS have provided solutions and recommendations based on information from the state-wide Prostate Cancer Summit held in 2016.
Together with our consumers, health service partners and major prostate support groups in Melbourne, we have achieved solutions that are consumer focused, engaging and effective. The continued support from consumers, clinician and stakeholders was also a key factor for the increased adoption of the solutions in health services.
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Prostate Cancer Educational Video Series
The above video is part of a series of informational videos for people affected by prostate cancer. It aims to increase understanding and awareness about prostate cancer treatment side effects, rehabilitation, supportive care & multi-disciplinary approach for management. These videos have been created with representation from clinicians across WCMICS health services.
Click here to view other videos in the series on our YouTube channel.
The topics covered in the series are:
Prostate Cancer Care Plan
The Prostate cancer care plan is a patient-centred information tool that will improve clinician communication with cancer patients.
This will provide patient with documented individualized information about their:
Download a copy here for the next visit to a clinician.
Prostate Cancer Community Event (recordings)
What is this video about?
This was a patient-centred Prostate cancer educational seminar; the first of a series developed and organized by WCMICS and its partner hospitals. This interactive, peer-led event aims to help patients who would like to increase their understanding and awareness of prostate cancer diagnosis, treatment decision support & significance of support groups for patients and carers.
The seminar covered the following topics:
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