We’ll be at BAUN Annual Conference in Liverpool on 11 and 12 November. You can find us at stand 33. We’ll have health information available; we’ll be running professional development drop-ins and you can also meet our Specialist Nurses, who will be available to answer any questions you might have.
Come along to our professional development drop-in sessions.
We’ll be hosting 10-minute drop-in sessions to discuss any professional development needs. Sessions will be run by Cath Holborn, Senior Lecturer in Radiotherapy and Oncology at Sheffield Hallam University, during exhibition viewing, refreshment and lunch breaks.
Cath will be able to discuss a range of topics including; developing and demonstrating your clinical excellence/expertise, involvement in service development or research, leadership skills and abilities and education of others and disseminating/sharing practice. There will also be sessions on Post-graduate study (Masters level and beyond) for those that would like to find out more/access support.
Cath is the course leader for the MSc in Prostate Cancer Care at Sheffield Hallam University and has conducted research exploring the impact of CPD and m-level education on clinical practice and the service delivered.
Supported Self-Management Session at BAUN 2019
Come along to our session on Tuesday 12 November 9:45 - 10:30am for practical guidance on how you can deliver Personalised Stratified Follow Up (PSFU) to provide men with prostate cancer with the best possible care.
TrueNTH, in partnership with University of Southampton, are leading on working with Trusts across the UK to support them to implement stratified follow up care. TrueNTH are an international programme created and funded by Movember and delivering UK projects in partnership with Prostate Cancer UK. This will support NHS Trusts providing prostate cancer care to have a system ready to support men through PSFU and supported self-management by 2020, as outlined in the NHS England Cancer Alliance Delivery Guidance.
Do you want to improve prostate cancer care?
We’re launching brand new improvement programmes to give clinicians the skills and support to make improvements to prostate cancer care and ensure men have access to best practice. We’re looking to recruit clinicians with the knowledge and leadership potential to improve the care men receive. Come and chat with a member of our team at the stand for more information.