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Expert forum on prostate cancer survivorship: The nurse’s role

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“As [nurse specialists], we are uniquely placed in terms of supporting these men through their prostate cancer treatments, and then, obviously, through to their recovery afterwards,” says Netty Kinsella, RN, MSc, PhD.

In this video, Netty Kinsella, RN, MSc, PhD, discusses the unique role of a urologic nurse in caring for patients with prostate cancer, which often goes far beyond management between diagnosis and treatment. This discussion is part of a larger forum on prostate cancer survivorship with Jai Seth, MD, BSc, MSc, FRCS, and Marta Skrodzka, MD, PhD, FEBU, FECSM, FEAA. Skrodzka is a consultant urologist and Seth is a urology consultant at St George’s University Hospital, and Kinsella is a uro-oncology nurse consultant at the Royal Marsden NHS Foundation Trust in London, United Kingdom.

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