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The effects of androgen deprivation therapy (ADT), the role of nurses and exercise in prostate cancer patient care

Mrs. L. Fleure (GB)
Dr. C. Paterson (AU)
Rn. B.R. Villumsen (DK)
Dr. P.B. Østergren (DK)
Date & time
Wednesday, 31 March 2021, 20:00 - 21:00 CET

19:00 – 20:00 BST

The EAUN are delighted to offer a webinar on the effects of androgen deprivation therapy (ADT) and the role of nurses and exercise in prostate cancer patient care. Exercise is vital for all men but especially for those men on testosterone lowering therapies. During these difficult times of COVID restrictions, this topic is especially important for our patients. We will discuss how ADT works, the evidence around exercise and ADT and the nurse’s role in improving quality of life for men receiving this treatment. 

We hope you can join us to learn and to share your experiences. 

Learning objectives
During this webinar participants will:

  • Be updated on how androgen deprivation therapy works and its side effects
  • Be updated on the evidence for the effect of exercise in patients receiving androgen deprivation therapy 
  • Know how to address unmet needs that can improve the quality of life of prostate cancer patients receiving ADT

At a glance

Publication date: March 2021
Available languages: English
Topic: Prostate cancer
CNE: 1 CNE credit upon your completion of the questionnaire after attending the live webinar
Duration: Approx. 60 minutes

This activity is supported by an educational grant from Ipsen with no involvement in the programme nor speakers.

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