World Most cancers Day 2021 | The Males’s Well being Analysis Program at UBC



February 4 marks World Most cancers Day!

A world day devoted to elevating consciousness of most cancers and to encourage well being promotion practices round prevention, detection and therapy. This present day is led by the Union for Worldwide Most cancers Management (UICC) with a imaginative and prescient to face up for a cancer-free world.

As a part of the UBC Males’s Well being Analysis Program’s 4 core areas of analysis, our work in higher understanding psychosocial prostate most cancers care are supposed to assist inform males’s well being interventions and supply steerage to clinicians and researchers. Under are curated and up to date publications associated to prostate most cancers from MHR.

Chosen publications

Hyde, M.Ok., Opozda, M., Laurie, Ok., Vincent, A.D., Oliffe, J.L., Nelson, C.J., Dunn, J., Chung, E., Gillman, M., Manecksha, R.P., Wittert, G., Chambers, S.Ok. (In Press August 2020). Males’s sexual help-seeking and care wants after radical prostatectomy or different non-hormonal, lively prostate most cancers therapies. Supportive Care in Most cancers.

Seaton, C.L., Oliffe, J.L., Rice, S., Bottorff, J.L., Johnson, S.T., Gordon, S.J., & Chambers, S. (2020). Well being literacy amongst Canadian males experiencing prostate most cancers. Well being Promotion Follow, 21(6), 1004-1011.

†Yu Ko, W., Oliffe, J.L., Botorff, J. (2020). Prostate most cancers therapy and work: A scoping evaluate. American Journal of Males’s Well being, 14(6).

Rice, S.M., Kealy, D., Ogrondniczuk, J.S., Seidler, Z.E., Denehy, L., & Oliffe, J.L. (2020). The price of bottling it up: Emotion suppression as a mediator within the relationship between anger and despair amongst males with prostate most cancers. Most cancers Administration and Analysis, 12, 1039-1046.

Goodwin, B.C., Ralph, N., Eire, M.J., Hyde, M.Ok., Oliffe, J.L., Dunn, J., Chambers, S. (2020) The function of masculinities in psychological and emotional help-seeking by males with prostate most cancers. Psycho-Oncology, 29(2), 356-363.

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