GP Education Seminar - Prostate cancer: a case-study based presentation - POSTPONED

Lecture room
29 April 2022

This event has been postponed due to unforeseen circumstances. We will advise when registrations are open for the revised date.






Australian Prostate Centre, Level 8, 14-20 Blackwood Street, North Melbourne 3051


6.30-7.00pm: registration and refreshments

7.00-8.45pm: presentations

8.45-9.00pm Q&A


Online registration

Limited places available


Grace Linehan

Medical Liaison Officer

E: [email protected]

M: 0400 976 196


Prostate cancer: a case-study based presentation.


Our panellists will present a prostate cancer case study and discuss the patient's journey from each of their speciality perspectives including PSA testing, risk factors for prostate cancer, different cancer risk categories, when to refer, MRI, biopsy, treatment options and side effects, survivorship and penile rehab.

Specialist panel

Dr Jane Crowe, Prostate Cancer GP and Moderator

Mr Phil Dundee, Urological Surgeon

Dr Mario Guerrieri, Radiation Oncologist

Prof Rod Hicks, Founder, Director and Chief Medical Officer, Precision Molecular Imaging and Theranostics

Ms Helen Crowe AM, Urology Nurse Practitioner

Learning Outcomes

By the end of this activity, participants will be able to:

  1. Identify the risk factors for prostate cancer.
  2. Determine the GP management of male patients with an elevated prostate specific antigen (PSA) with or without urinary symptoms.
  3. Discuss the management of male patients with an elevated PSA following referral to a urologist.
  4. Highlight prostate cancer survivorship concerns that GPs come across in the general practice setting.


Four CPD activity points.


Register online at and provide the information below:

  • First name and last name
  • Practice name, suburb and postcode
  • Email address
  • RACGP number
  • Occupation
  • Any dietary requirements

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