Hear from the Experts

Interested in learning more about prostate cancer care from various healthcare professionals and researchers? Register for PCC’s Expert Angle on-demand webinars now and start watching right away!

The new Expert Angle Webinar Series has been reformatted to provide our viewers with short, educational, on-demand webinars highlighting key information on the many varied and complex questions that come with a prostate cancer diagnosis. PCC is committed to offering a full range of prostate cancer-related topics across the cancer journey including screening, diagnosis, treatment and follow-up care.  

The webinars are hosted on an online platform that allows viewers to hear from leading experts in prostate cancer – making them accessible to anyone, regardless of their location, within Canada. To learn more from experts in the field and access related resources, stay tuned for an upcoming webinar.

To access all on-demand webinars, visit our page here.

Latest On-Demand Webinar

Title: ​Prostate Cancer 101Dr. Andrew Feifer

Date: September 12, 2018

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Webinar Length: 18 mins

Overview: This webinar will focus on describing what the prostate is and what it does. Risk factors for the development of prostate cancer will be described as well as what symptoms and signs might be present that would give a clue to abnormalities of prostate health, including cancer. If cancer is suspected, a brief description of what diagnostic tests might be needed will be reviewed as well as next steps after a diagnosis of prostate cancer is established.

Speaker: Dr. Scott North is a graduate of the University of Ottawa medical school and he received his training in Internal Medicine and Medical Oncology at the University of Alberta. He is also keenly interested in medical education and pursued a Masters in Health Professions Education from the University of Illinois at Chicago. He is the Section Chief of Medical Oncology at the Cross Cancer Institute in Edmonton, AB and the Division Director of Medical Oncology within the Department of Oncology at the University of Alberta. He currently serves on the executive of the Genitourinary site for the Canadian Cancer Trials Group and the Canadian Uro-Oncology Group. His clinical practice is exclusively in the area of genitourinary cancer.

Please note the question period for this event is now closed. For support, please contact our Prostate Cancer Information Service at support@prostatecancer.ca


 

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