The Speakers

Dr. Arsha Anton

Latest advancement in the management of advanced prostate cancer

Dr Arsha Anton is a medical oncologist at Eastern Health with an interest in breast and genitourinary malignancies. After completing her undergraduate medical degree at the University of New South Wales, Arsha moved to Melbourne and underwent advanced training in Oncology through the Victorian Medical Oncology Training Program, gaining experience at The Royal Melbourne and Alfred Hospitals, Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre and Albury Wodonga Health. Arsha is also a clinical research fellow at the Walter and Eliza Hall Institute of Medical Research and is currently undertaking a higher research degree evaluating the use of clinical registries in optimising prostate cancer management. She is actively involved in clinical research and has presented at national and international conferences.

 

Holly Evans

Why movement can be medicine: Tailored exercise prescription for individuals diagnosed with prostate cancer

Holly is an Accredited Exercise Physiologist based in South Australia currently in private practice. She has a passion for working with clients who have or are going through cancer and those with musculoskeletal limitations. Holly is currently completing my PhD in the field of exercise oncology through the University of Adelaide. Holly loves collaborating with other health care professionals to help improve individuals quality of life and allow them to make the most out of life.

 

Kath Schubach

It's not always about the performance: Managing sexual dysfunction for men on ADT

Kath Schubach is a Urology Nurse Practitioner with over 20 years of experience, drawing on her qualifications and experience across two core areas, cancer and urology. She currently works in private practice in metropolitan and rural Victoria. Kath has extensive nursing experience in urologic malignancies as well as in general urology. She has a particular interest in patients with sexual health concerns.

Kath has a Master in Nursing (Nurse Practitioner) and postgraduate qualifications in Oncology, Urology and Continence Nursing.

Kath is currently the President of Australia & New Zealand Urological Nurses Society (ANZUNS),
Executive Committee member of the Victorian Urological Nurses Society (VUNS) and a member of the Scientific Advisory Committee of the Australian and New Zealand Urogential and Prostate (ANZUP) Trials Group.

 

The webinar will be moderated by Kevin Ancog, ANZUNS Vice President.