My Road Ahead


My Road Ahead is a CBT-based program developed for men following treatment for prostate cancer.  It aims to provide support, information and strategies to cope with challenges that occur post-treatment. The program provides information and support through an interactive environment and aims to allow individuals to move forward with their lives and improve their quality of life.   The program is currently undergoing research to evaluate its efficacy and is accepting research participants.

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Agency Responsible:
Royal Melbourne Hospital, Swinburne University, Deakin University, Australian Prostate Cancer Research Centre Epworth.


Intervention Type:
Psychological – CBT. Also includes education and support
Course Length:
Long (more than 5 modules). Comprises 6 modules for participants to work through (1 per week)
Support Option:
Other. Utilises a moderated bulletin board for two groups in a randomised controlled trial: the other groups receive the modular program with no therapist support

Target Audience

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Secondary Category:
Physical Health.
Target Audience:
Adult. Males who have been diagnosed with prostate cancer in the past 5 years


Closed: Research participation.
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Outcome Summary:

This program is currently undergoing research evaluation and is accepting participants who have been diagnosed with prostate cancer in the past 5 years.

Recommended rating, reviewer 1:

There is no evidence at the moment.
Recommended rating, reviewer 2:

There is no evidence at the moment.

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Last Updated: January 24th 2012