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Designed for: This free webinar is aimed at health professionals working in general practice.

Series: Prostate Cancer Webinar Series -Part one

Title: Navigating Prostate Disease: Managing Symptomatic Patients


Prostate cancer is the most commonly diagnosed cancer in Australian men. General Practitioners (GPs) have an essential role in the diagnosis, coordination of treatment, and providing ongoing care of patients who develop prostate cancer. Prostate-related conditions can present with various urological symptoms, and understanding how to approach them is crucial for timely and accurate diagnosis. There are several common symptoms for both early and advanced stages of the cancer.

At this webinar, Dr Stephen McCombie will provide an overview of prostate disease to assist GPs in managing symptomatic patients. The topics covered will include common urological symptoms associated with prostate diseases, interpretation of abnormal PSA levels, managing hematospermia, and the nuances of PSA ordering.

On the morning of Tuesday October 10 an email will be sent to registered attendees which will contain a link to join the webinar. You will be able to join the webinar by clicking the link.

7.00pm – Welcome and introductions

7.02pm – Presentations

  • Dr Stephen McCombie- Urologist and Robotic Surgeon at both Fiona Stanley and Saint John of God hospital

7.45pm – Questions & discussion

8.00pm – Webinar close

Learning Outcomes:

• Recall common urological symptoms related to prostate diseases.

• Determine the appropriate course of action for abnormally high PSA levels.

• State the specifics of ordering PSA testing (e.g., PSA alone or free/total PSA, thresholds for referral and accounting for variation between laboratories)

• Describe how to manage hematospermia including when further evaluation and referral are necessary.

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