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Digital GU Debates 2020

20 October 2020
On demand webinars with expert insights on prostate cancer and bladder cancer
Plenary session Digital GU Debates
20 October 2020 - 51 Minutes

Plenary session Digital GU Debates

The meeting will be focused on current challenges and recent advances in the management of GU cancers and on how we can improve the lives of those we treat by focusing on aspects such as the psychological and physical impact of treatments or on the patient support network. Moreover, if you register for this event, you will receive a confirmation ...

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Breakout 1: The impact of PC treatment: bone health and the management of pain and fatigue
20 October 2020 - 29 Minutes

Breakout 1: The impact of PC treatment: bone health and the management of pain and fatigue

Learning objective:         

After watching this broadcast, participants should be able to:

  • Describe strategies for managing pain, fatigue and bone health in patients with PC and reflect on how these strategies can be integrated into clinical practice

 

Faculty:

  • Daniele Santini (Italy)
  • Joe O’Sullivan (UK)
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Breakout 2: Bladder cancer in women: key differences and challenges 
20 October 2020 - 39 Minutes

Breakout 2: Bladder cancer in women: key differences and challenges 

Learning objective:         

After watching this broadcast, participants should be able to:

  • Discuss the challenges faced in managing bladder cancer in women and reflect on the importance of early diagnosis and testing in the management of patients with BC.

 

Faculty:

  • Maria De Santis (Germany)
  • Alison Birtle (UK)
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Breakout 3: Sexual function in patients with GU cancers: difficult conversations and emotional impact
20 October 2020 - 40 Minutes

Breakout 3: Sexual function in patients with GU cancers: difficult conversations and emotional impact

Learning objective:         

After watching this broadcast, participants should be able to:

  • Discuss the impact of GU cancers on sexual function and define strategies to mitigate this burden.

 

Faculty:

  • Woet L. Gianotten (The Netherlands)
  • Catherine Hood (UK)
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Breakout 4: What do we talk about when we talk about the patient support network?
20 October 2020 - 31 Minutes

Breakout 4: What do we talk about when we talk about the patient support network?

Learning objective:         

After watching this broadcast, participants should be able to:

  • Identify and explain the importance of the patient support network in the management of patients with GU cancers.

 

Faculty:

  • Alvaro Pinto (UK)
  • Lawrence Drudge-Coates (UK)
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Breakout 5: What does quality of life mean? Patient and clinician perspectives
20 October 2020 - 30 Minutes

Breakout 5: What does quality of life mean? Patient and clinician perspectives

Learning objective:         

After watching this broadcast, participants should be able to:

  • Compare tools that can be used to assess the quality of life of patients with GU cancers and apply these tools in clinical practice.

 

Faculty:

  • Bertrand Tombal (Belgium)
  • Alicia Morgans (USA)
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Breakout 6: Managing polypharmacy & comorbidities in prostate cancer and bladder cancer
20 October 2020 - 36 Minutes

Breakout 6: Managing polypharmacy & comorbidities in prostate cancer and bladder cancer

Learning objective:         

After watching this broadcast, participants should be able to:

  • Analyse the impact of comorbidities and subsequent polypharmacy on subsequent decision making in the management of prostate cancer and bladder cancer.

 

Faculty:

  • Romano Danesi (Italy)
  • Ignacio Duran (Spain)
  • Heather Payne (UK)
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