Health Care Professionals

The Prostate Cancer Specialist Nursing Service funds the placement of Prostate Cancer Specialist Nurses in a variety of Australian health care contexts in partnership with health service providers.

The Prostate Cancer Specialist Nursing Service has been made possible thanks to the generous funding of the Movember Foundation and Federal government funding and will be delivered through PCFA.

The Prostate Cancer Specialist Nurses work within agreed frameworks for practice and professional development which are based on nationally recognised best practice models. PCFA is also committed to providing ongoing professional development support for the duration of the program.

Nurses are located in the following hospitals:


- Canberra Hospital

New South Wales

- Macquarie University Hospital, Sydney
- Orange Health Service
- Port Macquarie Hospital
- St George Hospital
- Tamworth Regional Hospital

Northern Territory

- Royal Darwin Hospital


- Cairns Hospital
- Greenslopes Private Hospital, Brisbane
- Mater Adult Hospital
- Rockhampton Hospital
- Townsville Hospital

South Australia

- Repatriation Hospital, Adelaide
- Royal Adelaide Hospital


- Launceston Hospital
- Royal Hobart Hospital


- Austin Health
- Ballarat Health Services
- Barwon Health, Geelong
- Bendigo Health
- Latrobe Regional Hospital
- Mildura Base Hospital
- The Bays Hospital, Mornington
- Western Health Hospital, Footscray

Western Australia

- Hollywood Private Hospital
- St John of God Hospital, Bunbury

These nurses attended induction training on 4 - 5 August in Melbourne and have since commenced in their roles at their host hospitals.

> Practice Framework and Competency Standards for the Prostate Cancer Specialist Nurse

Further enquiries regarding the program should be directed to: or (02) 9438 7055.

Movember Foundation

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