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Join us in helping to close the care gap on World Cancer Day

Published: 2nd February 2023

As we approach World Cancer Day on Saturday 4th February, we are sharing a range of resources to raise awareness of barriers to screening in primary care, and how we can help #closethecaregap.

Free course: Prostate Cancer – Early Diagnosis

In the UK, black men have a 1 in 4 chance of developing prostate cancer, compared to other men, who have a 1 in 8 chance (Prostate Cancer UK, 2022).

Refresh your knowledge on prostate cancer with our free CPD-accredited course to spot the early signs and symptoms.

Take GatewayC’s ‘Prostate Cancer – Early Diagnosis’ course

The prostate gap

The ‘LGBT in Britain: Health Report’ (Stonewall, 2018) found 62% of trans people had experienced a lack of understanding of their needs.

Professional photographer, Ian Smith, has shared ‘The Prostate Gap’, a collection of stories that shed light on issues faced by gay, trans and African Caribbean people.

View ‘The Prostate Gap’

New module preview: ‘Everybody has a right to access primary care’

In our upcoming screening module, Dr Wan-Ley Yeung, GP clinical lead for the Salford primary care together inclusion service, talks to Dr Rebecca Leon about the barriers to screening in primary care.

Watch and share this clip on Twitter

At GatewayC, we are committed to providing primary care professionals with the tools and knowledge to detect cancer earlier in primary care.

This World Cancer Day, we strive to continue to empower you to #closethecaregap, with our updated personalised learning platform coming this spring.

  • Register for a free GatewayC account here

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