Experiences of men with prostate cancer - David Kuhl

Date Published: 
Monday, June 19, 2017

Professor David Kuhl talks about the experiences of men with prostate cancer. David is a Professor in the Departments of Family Practice and Urologic Sciences, Faculty of Medicine at the University of British Columbia.



  • Research project - “living with prostate cancer” insights and experiences
  • Experiences of living with prostate cancer
  • The mentality of “get this out of me”
  • Loss of sexual performance/relationship implications
  • “Making the unspeakables speakable”
  • How clinicians can support men through their experiences of prostate cancer
  • The Men's Initiative

Take home messages when you talk to men about prostate cancer

  • Sequelae will affect you
  • There is no need to be isolated
  • There are organisations and people who want to support you
  • Ask for help
  • Be honest with how the illness is affecting you
  • Make sure you know where your resources are both personally and professionally
  • You are not alone




Prof. David Kuhl
Family Practice and Urologic Sciences

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