Resources for Health Professionals

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Risk Checker

Find out more about our 30 second risk checker along with resources that were created for the NHS campaign. Please do contact us if you are thinking of running a risk awareness campaign in your area.
Risk campaign resources

Prostate Cancer Screening?

New research by Prostate Cancer UK shows UK may finally be ready for prostate cancer screening and highlights that tens of thousands fewer men each year face unnecessary harm thanks to new screening techniques.
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Consultation Toolkit

To help you during a patient consultation. Here you will find our brand new resource about the pros and cons of the PSA blood test, under the updated diagnostic pathway, to support you to help your patient make an informed decision.
Consultation toolkit


This toolkit is designed to provide PCNs with practical advice, easy to adopt interventions and printable flowcharts to support the delivery of the 2022/23 DES on prostate cancer. Also find in our downloadable PDF, an action plan framework for you to document how you will deliver this specification.
PCN DES toolkit
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Publication on Asymptomatic Men

Urinary symptoms and prostate cancer - the misconception that may be preventing earlier presentation and better survival outcomes. A paper by Gnananpragasam, Greenberg and Burnet (2022) found that symptoms do not equal risk of prostate cancer.
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Active Surveillance Hub

Our active surveillance hub with evidence-based resources and CPD for you, as well as health information your patients.
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Explaining fast-track referral to your patients

Provide this resource to patients when referring on a fast-track referral. It can be printed or sent via text message. We also share some valuable insights from patients about how they would like information to be provided to them.
Explaining hospital referral to patients
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Engaging with Black communities

This toolkit is for Cancer and Early Diagnosis leads when considering health inequalities. We promote working in collaboration with Black communities and working with local charities. Access behavioural science insights, find out about examples of projects, how to identify barriers as well as understanding the role of primary and secondary care.
Engaging with Black communities