Innovation Event: Optimising the diagnostic pathway

Hear about innovations and projects from across the prostate cancer community.

What's the event about?

Register now to hear about projects that are optimising the prostate cancer diagnostic pathway and for the opportunity to ask our guest speakers any questions during a live Q&A.

When: Friday 26 July 2024, 12:00 - 1:30pm

Where: Microsoft Teams.

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Meet the speakers

Dr Netty Kinsella RN, MSc. PhD 

Dr Kinsella is a Uro-Oncology Nurse Consultant at The Royal Marsden NHS Foundation Trust. She'll be sharing The Royal Marsden, London’s pilot project reducing the time to prostate cancer diagnosis.

Jaimin Bhatt 

Jaimin is a Consultant Urological and Robotic Surgeon at Queen Elizabeth University Hospital, NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde, Glasgow. He'll be sharing Queen Elizabeth University Hospital, Glasgow’s, personalised pathways work 'Filters and Cascades'.

Rachel Baker-Green and Arbaaz Allybux 

Rachel Baker-Green is a Metastatic Renal Cancer Clinical Nurse Specialist and her colleague Arbaaz Allybux are from Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust. They'll be sharing insights into making the pathway more efficient and how they are engaging men from Black communities.

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Do you have an exciting innovation or project to share?

If you'd like to share a project or innovation that you've led on, which has improved the prostate cancer pathway for men, please do get in touch

We're interested in hearing about projects including (but not limited to): 

  • Prostate cancer risk awareness campaigns 
  • Diagnosing prostate cancer earlier, e.g., the faster diagnostic standard, optimal timed pathway for prostate cancer and rapid diagnostics 
  • Nurse-led triage 
  • Implementation of mpMRI and LATP biopsy 
  • Personalised care and supported self-management