Progress review

You should review patient progress and provide behavioural support in week 2, 4, 6 and 12, and then every 6 weeks thereafter. Reviews should be scheduled in advance and entered onto the booking bug system. Reviews must be delivered one-to-one. Use the STAMINA diary and training manual to guide you through delivering the behavioural support activities

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Video description: A genuine opportunity exists to improve the quality of life of men with prostate cancer on androgen deprivation therapy (ADT) but robust ‘real-world’ research is crucial to inform NHS practice. Finding ways of supporting men on ADT to take up and continue exercising is essential to reduce side-effects which can include severe fatigue, loss of strength and increased fat-mass.

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Video description: A genuine opportunity exists to improve the quality of life of men with prostate cancer on androgen deprivation therapy (ADT) but robust ‘real-world’ research is crucial to inform NHS practice. Finding ways of supporting men on ADT to take up and continue exercising is essential to reduce side-effects which can include severe fatigue, loss of strength and increased fat-mass.

A genuine opportunity exists to improve the quality of life of men with prostate cancer on androgen deprivation therapy (ADT) but robust ‘real-world’ research is crucial to inform NHS practice. Finding ways of supporting men on ADT to take up and continue exercising is essential to reduce side-effects which can include severe fatigue, loss of strength and increased fat-mass.

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Video description: A genuine opportunity exists to improve the quality of life of men with prostate cancer on androgen deprivation therapy (ADT) but robust ‘real-world’ research is crucial to inform NHS practice. Finding ways of supporting men on ADT to take up and continue exercising is essential to reduce side-effects which can include severe fatigue, loss of strength and increased fat-mass.

Video title

Video description: A genuine opportunity exists to improve the quality of life of men with prostate cancer on androgen deprivation therapy (ADT) but robust ‘real-world’ research is crucial to inform NHS practice. Finding ways of supporting men on ADT to take up and continue exercising is essential to reduce side-effects which can include severe fatigue, loss of strength and increased fat-mass.

Video title

A genuine opportunity exists to improve the quality of life of men with prostate cancer on androgen deprivation therapy (ADT) but robust ‘real-world’ research is crucial to inform NHS practice. Finding ways of supporting men on ADT to take up and continue exercising is essential to reduce side-effects which can include severe fatigue, loss of strength and increased fat-mass.

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Video description: A genuine opportunity exists to improve the quality of life of men with prostate cancer on androgen deprivation therapy (ADT) but robust ‘real-world’ research is crucial to inform NHS practice. Finding ways of supporting men on ADT to take up and continue exercising is essential to reduce side-effects which can include severe fatigue, loss of strength and increased fat-mass.

Video title

Video description: A genuine opportunity exists to improve the quality of life of men with prostate cancer on androgen deprivation therapy (ADT) but robust ‘real-world’ research is crucial to inform NHS practice. Finding ways of supporting men on ADT to take up and continue exercising is essential to reduce side-effects which can include severe fatigue, loss of strength and increased fat-mass.

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