Improvement Programmes

We support all UK-based clinicians in creating impactful change to deliver quality prostate cancer care.

Across the UK men do not have access to the same high-quality diagnosis, treatment and support. We want to change that. 

The Improvement Programmes Team has been part of Prostate Cancer UK since 2019 and provide clinicians with a journey centred around leadership, stakeholder communication and effective management. Our programmes provide opportunities for networking with likeminded healthcare professionals who want to deliver positive change to their trusts.

We run these programmes to ensure high-quality care and treatment is more widely available to everyone affected by prostate cancer. 

We are currently recruiting for our flagship Clinical Champions Programme. 

Find out more and apply

Clinical Champions 2021.22

Clinical Champions

Our flagship programmes runs for 18 months where we support clinicians to deliver long-term positive improvement to patients and their families.
Clinical Champions Programme
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Short Programmes

We run an assortment of short programmes, usually about 20 weeks in length. These enable clinicians to develop a skill set and deliver a short impactful project within their trust.
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Clinical Advisory Group

This is our multi-disciplinary panel of clinicians who bring experience and expertise to Prostate Cancer UK and help us shape our decision making.
Clinical Advisory Group
I’m incredibly proud of our Improvement Programmes; working alongside expert healthcare professionals who are tackling real-world challenges across the UK, improving and enhancing prostate cancer care for men and their loved ones.
Chiara De Biase, Director of Support and Influencing at Prostate Cancer UK

Our Prostate Cancer UK Improvement Programmes are partly funded by grants from Astellas Pharma Ltd, Bayer UK and Roche Products Ltd. However, none of these organisations have any influence over the educational content of the programmes.