21st Asia-Pacific Prostate Cancer Conference
21st Asia-Pacific Prostate Cancer Conference
Time Zone:
Oceania/Australia AEST +10
Institution:
apc
previous registration necessary?

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YES
Simultaneous translation ?

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YES
Will it be recorded?
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YES
Moderator:
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Paul Hodges, Justin Chee, Sigrid Carlsson, Sam Merriel, Patrick C Walsh
Welcome to Day 2, Post-Prostatectomy Incontinence : Best Practice Management, Active Surveillance in 2020, Watch Monday Presentations on Demand
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20:00

Welcome to Day 2

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Session - - 10.0 mins - Room 01

20:10

12 October 2020

Post-Prostatectomy Incontinence : Best Practice Management

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Session - Nursing & Allied Health - 40.0 mins - Room 01

 

Bringing together two world leaders in Post-Prostatectomy Incontinence management, Professor Paul Hodges and Dr Justin Chee will explore conservative and surgical management options for PPI and share new research insights in this rapidly evolving field.

 

This session is proudly supported by Astellas

20:10

New insights into Post-Prostatectomy Incontinence

Professor Paul Hodges - The University of Queensland

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20:30

Overcoming Post-Prostatectomy Incontinence: bringing out the knife to stop the leak

Dr Justin Chee - Epworth Healthcare

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20:50

12 October 2020

Coffee Break - Proudly supported by Astellas

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Session - - 25.0 mins - Room 01

An Opportunity to Connect and Chat with our Industry Partners

21:15

12 October 2020

Active Surveillance in 2020

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Session - Nursing & Allied Health, Clinical Urology, Translational Science - 35.0 mins - Room 01

 

There is wide variation in all aspects of Active Surveillance (AS) internationally, from patient selection to investigations and follow-up intervals, and a lack of clear evidence on the optimal approach to AS.

 

Dr Sigrid Carlsson will provide an overview of the state-of-the-science and latest developments in active surveillance for prostate cancer in 2020. The presentation will include reporting on oncologic outcomes for men with Grade Group 1 & Grade Group 2 prostate cancer managed with active surveillance at a tertiary cancer center. Criteria for eligibility, the active surveillance protocol and the safety of the program will be reviewed. Data on conversion to active treatment and risk of prostate cancer metastasis and mortality will be presented.

 

Dr Sam Merriel will present on the Delphi study, conducted in conjunction with the 2019 APCC, aimed to provide guidance for clinicians from an international panel of prostate cancer experts. This session will summarise the main findings of this study.

 

21:15

Active Surveillance for Prostate Cancer: The Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center Experience

Dr Sigrid Carlsson - Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center

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21:35

A modified Delphi study to develop a practical guide for selecting patients with Prostate Cancer for Active Surveillance

Dr Sam Merriel - University of Exeter

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21:50

12 October 2020

Coffee Break - Proudly supported by AstraZeneca

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Session - - 10.0 mins -

 

An Opportunity to Connect and Chat with our Industry Partners

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