145012 - "Male lower urinary tract symptoms (LUTS) & the prostate - contemporary management"
This education activity is aimed at GPs and other health care providers to identify prostate specific antigen testing through the use of evidence-based tools and deliver safe management plans for patients presenting with lower urinary tract symptoms and after receiving prostate cancer treatment.Relevance to General Practice
Needs Assessment – GPEx Prostate Cancer workshop, 21st September 2018 Hahndorf
Prostate cancer was the most commonly diagnosed cancer in Australia in 2014. In 2014, it was also the most commonly diagnosed cancer among males. It is estimated to become the second most commonly diagnosed cancer in 2018, while remaining the most commonly diagnosed cancer among males. In 2018, it is estimated that the risk of a male being diagnosed with prostate cancer by his 85th birthday will be one in seven....PLEASE REFER ATTACHED DOCUMENT FOR REMAINDER OF THE DOCUMENT