To assist and inspire you, we’re sharing a selection of case studies that we hope you can replicate and apply to your own practice.

These are just a selection of the projects and services that we’ve developed in partnership across the UK. If you would like to find out more on a certain topic or case study, please contact us.

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A holistic support programme for men with prostate cancer

St. Michael's Hospice, Basingstoke, created a six week survivorship and physical activity course to support men and their partners around healthy lifestyles and management of any side effects of treatment.

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Prostate Cancer UK Fatigue service

An overview of the Prostate Cancer UK Fatigue Service developed in conjunction with King’s College London to support men with prostate cancer suffering from fatigue.

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Managing fatigue through specialist telephone intervention

We demonstrated that a telephone support programme with motivational interviewing can significantly improve men’s fatigue levels, ability to manage their symptoms and social functioning.

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North West London Hospital Trust

Find out how we funded a specialist nurse to work in urology at the North West London Hospital Trust, support the capacity of the team and improve services.

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Enhanced primary care-led prostate cancer follow-up

How the London Transforming Cancer Services Team for London evaluated the quality, safety and financial validity of a holistic model or primary care led prostate cancer follow up.

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Introducing a new Prostate Cancer Nurse Service

Read how Wirral CCG implemented a project to reduce unnecessary referrals, support shared care arrangements and give patients and their carers timely support, advice and signposting.

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Using the Holistic Needs Assessments to build links with community teams

Find out how this project improved care for prostate cancer patients in their area through electronic Holistic Needs Assesments.

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Development of an active surveillance pathway

Improving care pathways for active surveillance for men in Scotland

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Introducing a prostate specific CNS to support men

Introducing a clinical nurse specialist to improve the prostate cancer patient pathway.

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Creating an effective prostate cancer survivorship programme

Improving care for prostate cancer patients by developing a prostate cancer survivorship programme.

Specialist physiotherapy continence service for men with prostate cancer

Belfast Health & Social Care Trust set up an innovative physiotherapy service to provide pre-habilitation and rehabilitation for prostate cancer patients both undergoing treatment or post treatment.