In this webinar, Urologist Dr. Jeffrey Thavaseelan discusses strategies for GPs to manage bladder and sexual side effects post-prostate cancer treatment. The presentation also includes guidance on monitoring PSA for relapse, covering recommended testing frequency and criteria for specialist referral.
At the bi-annual event, Cancer Council WA and WAKMAS collaborate to present concise talks by multiple clinical experts on diverse aspects of melanoma, covering patient support, referral pathways, surgical approaches, drug treatment updates, and pathology specimen analysis.
At this webinar, Urologist Dr. Stephen McCombie provides an overview of common urological symptoms associated with prostate diseases, interpretation of abnormal PSA levels, management of hematospermia, and nuances in PSA ordering.
At this event, Professor Bob Steele, a distinguished international expert, will discuss the intricacies of cancer screening, covering challenges and future prospects. Local expert panellists will engage in an interactive discussion on the three national cancer screening programs: breast, bowel, and cervical.
In this webinar, Jess McNabb and Ali Lori from Hepatitis WA cover patient identification for viral hepatitis risk, testing protocols, treatment options (including HCV cure possibilities), and effective HBV management strategies. Dr. Oliver Duncan, a Hepatologist, discusses the surveillance approach for hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC) in patients with a history of viral hepatitis.
This webinar covers the importance of using inclusive language and culturally competent care with LGBTQI+ patients. It covers strategies to create welcoming environments in practices, addressing factors influencing LGBTQI+ community participation in cancer screening and providing information on available support services.
At this webinar, Dr Tony Calogero, Haematologist discusses how to interpret full blood count (FBC) results, recognise abnormal findings, and determine the appropriate course of action – whether it be referral to a haematologist or ongoing monitoring in primary care
At this webinar, Medical Oncologist Dr Piyush Grover, discusses strategies to support patients receiving immunotherapy including how to recognise and manage both acute and late side effects and how to determine when a specialised approach is required.
At this webinar, attendees learn about the symptoms with clinical significance, how to initiate timely and appropriate investigation or referral of patients in whom they suspect cancer, and the appropriate follow-up of survivors of gynaecological cancer.
In this webinar, Associate Professor Jennifer Stone will discuss the significance of breast density, its occurrence, how to communicate the implications of increased breast density with patients, and the path forward.
In this webinar, Gastroenterologist Dr. Hooi Ee will discuss the appropriate use of colonoscopies, covering when to initiate and conclude surveillance for patients. The session will also address effective communication of benefits and risks to patients, along with guidelines for referring patients back to the National Bowel Cancer Screening Program after a colonoscopy.
This webinar will cover the latest research on the 36% of eligible patients with lapsed or no screening through FOBT or colonoscopy. It provides information on how general practice health professionals can identify, support, and enable participation in the National Bowel Cancer Screening Program for Intenders, Refusers, and Naïve individuals.
In this webinar, Professor Moira Sim will discuss the link between alcohol and cancer, covering evidence strength, biology, associated cancers, and effective communication with patients about alcohol risks and low-risk drinking guidelines for behaviour change.
In this webinar, Gynaecologic Oncologist Dr. Emma Allanson will discuss the changes to the self-collection guidelines and the supporting evidence. Medical Scientist Rossemarie Ramirez-Avalos will cover the requirements for requesting and processing self-collected tests from pathology laboratories.
In this webinar, Women’s Health General Practitioner Dr. Lesley Ramage will discuss cancers impacting female sexual function, along with assessing and managing common sexual difficulties in female cancer survivors. Dr. Ramage will also emphasise initiating conversations with patients about sex and addressing related difficulties resulting from cancer and its treatment.
In this webinar, experts from Edith Cowan University’s Exercise Medicine Research Institute will discuss evidence-based exercise prescriptions for cancer patients. Topics include recommended activity guidelines, principles for patients with varying prognoses, and appropriate referral pathways.
In this webinar, Dr. Tom Walwyn, Paediatric Medical Oncologist, will cover late effects for childhood cancer survivors, key surveillance strategies for patients transitioning to primary care post-treatment, and considerations for adult survivors.
In this webinar, Dr. Muna Salama, Gastroenterologist covers the effectiveness of iFOBT in screening the average-risk population, referral guidelines for colonoscopy, the role of surveillance colonoscopies in those aged 74 and above, and the comparative risks and benefits of colorectal cancer screening modalities in WA.
This webinar will cover how primary care health professionals can initiate end-of-life conversations. It will explain the voluntary assisted dying laws now accessible to patients, ensuring GPs are aware of their potential roles and providing guidance on accessing resources and further education.
In this webinar, Urologist Dr. Jennifer Kong will discuss identifying patients at an increased risk of developing kidney cancer, the approach for assessing a renal mass, and management options for patients with a renal mass.
Recorded: February 2021
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