In this area you’ll find information about available funding, educational opportunities, the latest research news, key policy documents, information on best practice and resources and support for your patients. 

If you’re a researcher, academic or policy-maker you’ll also find this section useful. If there’s anything you can’t find here please email professionals@prostatecanceruk.org

Education

We offer educational opportunities for health professionals of all disciplines interested in prostate disease.

Patient Support

Prostate Cancer UK offers a range of free resources and complementary support for your patients. 

Your patients can access these services directly and at no cost. 

Find out more about our patient support and how it can help your patients.

Best practice

Keeping up to date with the most important developments in policy and research in prostate disease is key to our work.

Funding

If you are an individual or organisation looking for funding, we can help.

Stay updated

Our Health professionals email newsletter helps keep you informed of the latest prostate cancer research, news and education programmes.

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Life after prostate cancer diagnosis

‘Life after prostate cancer diagnosis’ is a patient reported outcome measures (PROMs) project, designed to identify the outcomes of prostate cancer diagnosis and treatment that really matter to men across the UK.

Share your expertise

We are always looking to expand our community of health professionals who inform, advise and support our work; we can’t achieve our aims without you.

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Publications and Information

The booklet is extremely informative and even gave some information that I was unaware of!

We publish a range of publications and information for men affected by prostate cancer covering all aspects of prostate health.

Our funded projects

Prostate Cancer UK is involved in a wide range of projects throughout the UK, each designed to improve care and treatment for men with prostate disease.

African Caribbean programme

Our African Caribbean programme, Partnering for Progress, is an innovative initiative designed to address the issue of Black men’s increased risk of developing prostate cancer.