Primary Care Masterclass

Do you want to improve your knowledge of BPH/LUTS, prostatitis and prostate cancer?

Attend our free prostate masterclasses for primary care. All masterclasses are accredited by the Royal College of General Practitioners, a guarantee of quality and a mark of distinction.

Over 40,000 men are diagnosed with prostate cancer every year. An ageing population means that the number of men who suffer from an enlarged prostate, prostatitis and prostate cancer is set to increase.

We believe that education is crucial to beating prostate disease and improving quality of life for men. So, we engage highly-respected experts from around the country to run our free-to-attend masterclasses.

We focus on the practical issues you face in dealing with patients affected by prostate disease and their families in primary care, and you’ll be encouraged to engage in debate with the speakers and your local peers throughout the day.

"I really was impressed by the quality and pitch of the presentations. There was a clear focus on maintaining relevance to the jobbing GP and nurse in primary care."

- Dr Jonny Coxon GP

Our comprehensive masterclasses provide an update on:

  • Prostatitis
  • Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia and Lower Urinary Tract Symptoms
  • Prostate cancer
  • PSA testing and its complexities
  • The patient perspective
  • The side effects of treatment

GPs - what would you do?

Take our free prostate test! If you're not sure what you'd do then our prostate masterclasses might be the answer.

Register for a free masterclass now

Please note that this event is targeted specifically to health professionals working in primary or community care settings, if you are interested in attending this event, but are unsure if it’s suitable for you, please contact the education team on 020 3310 7103 or

Upcoming masterclasses

Future masterclass dates and venues are to be confirmed, please check back for more details.

Please ensure that you are familiar with the primary care masterclass terms and conditions.

For further information please email or call 020 3310 7000.


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