Psycho-Oncology Research Program

The Psycho-Oncology Research Program aims to identify and understand impacts on psychosocial and survivorship outcomes for people with cancer, to undertake applied research to understand how to improve those outcomes, and to translate the results into improved cancer services and supportive care.

There are two major themes of research in this area:

  • Developing accessible and effective supportive care interventions
  • Identifying needs for patients and carers

Men and Sexual Health – Prostate Cancer Study

One in three men have concerns about their sexual health after prostate cancer treatment. Many men are reluctant to get help for their sexual concerns, and when they do, often men do not continue with treatment. There is little research to help us understand men’s concerns about their sexual health after prostate cancer. Griffith University,…