Addressing BME Cancer Inequalities

Addressing BME Cancer Inequalities

Supporting staff in health and social care services, who work with BME community members affected by cancer

Addressing BME Cancer Inequalities

Addressing BME Cancer Inequalities

Empowering BME community members to make informed choices about available supportive services

Raising BME Cancer Awareness

Raising BME Cancer Awareness

Raising BME cancer awareness in the community and amongst health professionals

Supporting BME Cancer Initiatives

Supporting BME Cancer Initiatives

Developing and producing related evidence via surveys and research

Developing BME Specific Cancer Resources

Developing BME Specific Cancer Resources

Building an effective long-term BME community service, to develop appropriate culturally sensitive resources

Addressing BME Cancer Inequalities

Addressing BME Cancer Inequalities

Empowering BME community members to make informed choices about available supportive services

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'Check Tings Out!' About Prostate Cancer

Check Tings Out!

Check Tings Out!

Prostate Caancer App

Sista's Against Cancer

Sista's Against Cancer

Cancer support group

Raising Cancer Awareness

Raising Cancer Awareness

Raising BME cancer awareness about common cancers

Cancer Questions

Cancer Questions

BME Cancer questions

Check Tings Out!

Check Tings Out!

Prostate cancer community clinic

Hear Me Now

Hear Me Now

the uncomfortable reality of prostate cancer in black men

Hear Me Now Campaign

Hear Me Now Campaign

Call for action about prostate cancer in black men

Use this app to assess your risk of prostate cancer

Black African Caribbean and African men (with West African heritage) are at increased risk of developing prostate cancer at an earlier age. We are in a barber's shop, where Vincent, Enus, Patty Dumplin and Carl discuss prostate cancer.

Symptoms and history are collected to provide an estimation of risk, and the procedures at the doctor's and hospital are described. Use this link to Check Tings Out! 

This app is a collaborative effort between Nottingham Trent University, Mon0Lisa Productions, BME Cancer Communities and Friends and Bredrins prostate cancer support group. 
Mon0Lisa voices Enus, Vincent, Carl and Patty Dumplin. The music "Tree Cups of Crystal Clear Water" was provided with kind permission of Elijah Israel. With thanks to Mr Masood Khan, Consultant Urological Surgeon within University Hospitals of Leicester NHS Trust.

 


 

 

 

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