Under Review — this page was due to be reviewed by Wednesday, 12 October 2022. The information shown here may be outdated.

Prostate Stratified Follow Up LCS

The aim of the Primary Care Stable Prostate Cancer Locally Commissioned Service (LCS) is to provide enhanced support for stable prostate cancer patients in primary care. The service includes an annual holistic needs assessment (HNA) and PSA monitoring. This service supports North Central London ICB’s strategic objective of moving care closer to home. It will also ensure primary care is funded for work being moved from secondary to primary care. 

Primary Care Stable Prostate Cancer LCS

LCS aiming to provide enhanced support for local prostate cancer patients NCL Wide

Gonadotropin Releasing Hormone (GnRH) Analogue Injections LCS

LCS aiming to provide a consistent, safe, equitable and cost-effective model for delivering GnRH analogue injections NCL Wide

Prostate Cancer

Resources and services related to prostate cancer management
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NCL Prostate Cancer Care Plan

Community Lymphoedema Services

Lymphoedema is a chronic swelling due to a failure of the lymphatic system. It is a chronic condition and is not curable and unfortunately, clinical sequelae when lymphoedema is not actively managed can expose the patient and, hence commissioners, to deteriorating physical function and the requirement for escalated clinical intervention. 

Lymphoedema can be alleviated by appropriate active management, but without this it will progress and become increasingly difficult to manage. This means that risk reduction and management strategies should cover the patient’s entire lifespan. The incidence and prevalence of lymphoedema is increasing as more patients survive cancer.

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Current Lymphoedema service provision in NCL

Move4You: NCL Cancer Physical Activity Rehabilitation Service

The NCL Move4You programme is a 12-session guided physical activity programme for adults who have had a cancer diagnosis in the last five years. 

It provides ongoing support for 12 months, led by specialist activity instructors. It is tailored to each individual, supporting people of all abilities to engage with a variety of activities to help them move more during and after treatment. For further details, see the service page.

Move4You: NCL Cancer Physical Activity Rehabilitation Service

A 12-session guided physical activity programme for adults who have had a cancer diagnosis in the last five years NCL Wide

Review date: Wednesday, 12 October 2022