Kevin Ancog


Kevin Ancog, RN, MN(NP), MAdNP, GradCert(PeriopNsg) , is a Prostate Cancer Clinical Nurse Consultant at Royal Prince Alfred Hospital (RPA). He established the Prostate Cancer Care Program at RPA, a nurse-led service, providing psychosocial support and care coordination to prostate cancer patients, including their families and carers, from diagnosis to survivorship. His special interest and existing works in this area are focused on understanding the effects of continence and sexual pre- and rehabilitation programs on the outcomes of prostate cancer treatment.


Prior to his current role, Kevin has worked extensively in the perioperative environment as a Urology Clinical Nurse Specialist. He is one of the nursing pioneers in robotic surgery within Sydney Local Health District, established the RPA Robotics Nursing Training Program, and authored its supplementary training handbook. He is a member of the Australian College of Perioperative Nurses Standards Advisory Group and co-authored two standards in its previous publication. With his achievements and leadership, he received the 2019 RPA Nursing and Midwifery Excellence Award for excellence in perioperative nursing.


Kevin is currently the President of the Australia and New Zealand Urological Nurses Society (ANZUNS) and a board member of the Education Framework for Urological Nursing, a collaborative project between ANZUNS, British Association of Urological Nurses, and European Association of Urology Nurses. He is also a member of the NSW Agency for Clinical Innovation Urology Network.


Kevin loves gardening and spending time with nature, either hiking or bush walking.