Our Partners and Supporters
Without support it isn’t possible!
Australian Prostate Cancer Research would like to thank the following entities for their contribution towards this program:
Principal program funding partner
Other valuable funding supporters
Educational content has been supported by an educational grant from Janssen
A multidisciplinary approach
This visionary program would not be possible to produce without working closely with a team of multidisciplinary clinicians and peak bodies to ensure the content is inclusive, relevant and current.
We thank the following for their contribution:
Research Clinical Advisors:
Prof Jon Emery, General Practice, University of Western Australia, WA
WA Prof Ian Olver, Medical Oncologist and CEO, Cancer Council of Australia, NSW
Dr Haryana Dhillon, Behavioural scientist, University of Sydney and PoCoG, NSW
Prof Rob Newton, Exercise Physiologist, Edith Cowan University, WA
Dr David Malouf, Urologist, St George Hospital, NSW
Dr Joseph Bucci, Radiation Oncologist, St George Hospital, NSW
Dr Phil Dundee, Urologist, Royal Melbourne Hospital, VIC
Ms Helen Crowe, Urology Nurse Practitioner, Australian Prostate Cancer Research Centre Epworth, VIC
Dr Jane Crowe, General Practitioner, VIC
Self-management intervention programs
There are a number of partners associated with the intervention programs offered within PROSTMATE and we would like to acknowledge:
My Road Ahead is an online psychological support program designed to support men following treatment for localised prostate cancer. This program is currently provided as part of a research program evaluating My Road Ahead and involves the use of the program over 10 weeks. This program offers participants access to other men’s stories about their experiences with prostate cancer, strategies to manage the emotional challenges faced with prostate cancer and information and support to manage other difficulties such as sexual intimacy and relationship challenges.
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The Partner Program is an online psychological support intervention for partners of men with prostate cancer. The program offers information, education and support about managing the many challenges faced by the partner and the couple in relation to prostate cancer. The program offers strategies and exercises to manage issues such as stress management, communication, sexual intimacy and self-care. The partner program also offers partners as opportunity to share their experiences with other partners. This program is currently being offered as part of our pilot research to evaluate the benefit of the program.
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