Prostate Cancer Screening
1. Counsel patients, using shared decision-making resources, regarding the risks and benefits of prostate cancer screening.
2. Counsel patient with diagnosed localized prostate cancer about the risks and benefits of their treatments options, using a standardized clinical decision aid.
3. Collaborate with other health providers (e.g. urologists and oncologists) to construct a coordinated referral process for men requiring prostate cancer treatment.
4. Develop a care plan to provide follow-up surveillance of the patient after treatment for prostate cancer.
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Chuck Carter, MD, FAAFP, Residency Program Director, Palmetto Health Family Medicine Residency, Associate Professor of Family Medicine, University of South Carolina School of Medicine, Columbia
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