Supporting prostate cancer research

Investigating the relationship between social support, coping style and the mental health of men living with prostate cancer.

Dr Carlene Wilson, from Olivia Newton John Centre, Austin Hospital and La Trobe University.

This study asked how men cope with prostate cancer, the social support they might seek and their well-being. Understanding the coping experiences of men with prostate cancer will help improve the lives of prostate cancer survivors.

Ethics approval was granted by Science, Health & Engineering College Human Ethics Sub-Committee, La Trobe University.

This study is no longer recruiting participants.

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