Prostates, PSA’s and peeing problems

Tuesday, 10 September 2019. 7.30 - 8.45 pm

Dr Andrew Williams (consultant urologist) together with Dr Remy Lim (consultant radiologist), will discuss new trends in prostate cancer investigation and management, what are the recommendations for PSA testing and who should be referred for further investigation. They will cover different imaging modalities for the prostate and touch on new treatments available.
A standard approach for investigating and managing bladder pain and recurrent UTI’s will also be discussed during the webinar, as well as a summary of red flags and indications for referral for these conditions.

Throughout this live online event, you will have the opportunity to type questions to Andrew and Remy via the onscreen text system. Please note that the webinar may run slightly over time so as many of your questions as possible can be answered.




Dr Andrew Williams

BMedSc, MBChB, FRACS (Urol)
Urologist with subspecialist training in Robotics and Complex Cancer Surgery.

Andrew trained in New Zealand before completing a formal 2-year fellowship at The University of Western Ontario, one of only 15 centers in the world accredited for subspecialty training in Urological Oncology. The training not only consisted of high volumes of complex cancer surgery but also extensive exposure to other areas of surgery, medical oncology and radiation oncology. He has received numerous awards, attained nearly a quarter of a million dollars in research grants and published over 30 articles in peer-reviewed journals. Andrew works as a Consultant urologist at Auckland District Health Board and Counties Manukau District Health Board. He is a member of the Ministry of Health Prostate Cancer Workforce and Medical Advisor for the Prostate Cancer Foundation and Testicular Cancer NZ.

Andrew consults at OnesixOne, Pukekohe Family Health Centre, Ormiston Specialists and EastCare Specialist Centre

Dr Remy Lim

Specialising in Nuclear, Oncologic and Cross Sectional Imaging

Remy is a graduate of Auckland School of Medicine and completed his radiology training in Auckland. Following completion of registrar training, he undertook a one--year fellowship on oncologic body imaging and built upon this by completing a second fellowship in nuclear medicine/PET-CT at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Centre in New York City.

Remy joined Mercy Radiology upon his return to New Zealand and was recently appointed as Medical Director to the practice. He was instrumental in the introduction if Gallium-based PET/CT scans for prostate cancer in 2015. Remy also spends part  of his working week at ADHB where he pursues his subspecialty interest in oncological and genitourinary imaging.


Webinar supported by:



This presentation is intended for qualified health practitioners professional development and should not be relied upon for any other purpose. Any opinions offered are those of the presenter or other speaker and do not necessarily represent the views of Goodfellow Unit.

Sign into the website in order to register for this event.

Sign in