The PCRMP information pack is currently under review. The scope of this review can be viewed here.
There is no organised screening programme for prostate cancer but an informed choice programme, Prostate Cancer Risk Management, has been introduced. If you are worried about a specific problem, or otherwise worried about the risks of cancer, then you should talk to your GP.
Aim of Prostate Cancer Risk Management
The aim of Prostate Cancer Risk Management is to ensure that men who are concerned about the risk of prostate cancer receive clear and balanced information about the advantages and disadvantages of the PSA test and treatment for prostate cancer. This will help men to decide whether they want to have the test.
Information packs have been sent to General Practitioners to assist them in the counselling of men who enquire about testing. The pack will help the primary care team to provide men with information on the benefits and limitations of the PSA test. It comprises a reference booklet and summary sheet for the primary care team and a book of tear off patient information sheets. Prostate CancerStats are also included.
Remedica prostate cancer videos
Click on the images below to view the English language patient modules. The modules are also available in Urdu, Gujarati, Punjabi, Bengali and Cantonese languages. All modules, including those for physicians, are available; Remedica prostate cancer videos.
Copies of the DVD are obtainable from the publications orderline.