About the programme

As part of this programme, we have funded nurses and allied health professionals through NHS and other health organisations, to test new models of care. This builds on the work of the National Cancer Survivorship Initiative and aims to ensure that men affected by prostate cancer have access to the specialised care they need across primary and secondary care.

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The programme consists of a number of diverse, nurse and/or allied health professional-led projects across a variety of different health settings designed to meet local and national needs.

See some examples of current projects and best practice we've already learned so far.

The project money from Prostate Cancer UK has allowed us to be brave and follow our instincts in pursuing quality follow up care for men who have been treated for prostate cancer; providing a service closer to home which is supported by direct access to specialist care.

- Jane Booker, Urology Clinical Nurse Specialist, The Christie Foundation

 

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Please email any enquiries about the programme to healthroles@prostatecanceruk.org

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