If you’ve had treatment for prostate cancer, you probably know it can be hard to get hard (or stay hard). Assuming that you want to have sex, what do you do if your partner isn’t interested? If your partner is female, perhaps her reluctance has something to do with menopause.
Victorian Public Health Volunteer Awards An exciting event happened last Friday afternoon at the MCG. I was sitting in the Members’ Dining Room with 250 other volunteers and their families. It was wet and windy… Read More »Volunteer Awards 2019 – A win for NAVIGATE
What is the partner’s experience after a man undergoes prostate cancer treatment? A new webinar featuring Victoria Cullen and Fiona White discusses the nitty gritty of sex and intimacy from a partner’s perspective.
The Patient Experience It’s great to notice improvements in healthcare and medicine – new techniques, new equipment, new medications, in particular for prostate cancer. It’s especially wonderful to see changes that focus on the patient… Read More »Improved Patient Experience for Men with Prostate Cancer
2018 National Men’s Health Gathering NAVIGATE Decision Aid Presentation I felt privileged to present on behalf of Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre at the Australian Men’s Health Forum (AMHF) 2018 National Men’s Health Gathering in Parramatta… Read More »AMHF 2018 National Men’s Health Gathering