You may find these videos useful.

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Dr J Andreyev, Royal Marsden Hospital:


Dr Claire Taylor, Macmillan Nurse Consultant in Colorectal cancer:


Jo’s Cervical Cancer Trust Information video:


British Institute of Radiology webinar (2017) on ‘Pelvic Radiation Disease exposed’ by Dr Ana Wilson Consultant Gastroenterologist and Specialist Endoscopist, Trust Lead for GI Consequences of Cancer Treatment, St Mark’s Hospital, London. Please be advised that to watch any video on the BIR website, including free videos, you will need to create a free account on My BIR. Creating a free account is fast and most efficiently done via Google Chrome. Some versions of Internet Explorer and Firefox do not work with the BIR website.


Action Radiotherapy’s Webinar ‘Late effects of radiotherapy: A patient’s perspective’

Experts in Pelvic Radiation Disease (PRD), Dr Helen Ludlow and Dr Lisa Durrant discuss current research and services for PRD. Rhea Crighton, who is a pain nurse specialist and member of PRDA’s Medical Advisory Panel, gives insight to the patient perspective of Pelvic Radiation Disease.

Links to clinical guidance resources discussed in the webinar, and more, can be found on our website under Resources and Documents.

Modified: 26th November 2020

Information on other sites

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The Pelvic Radiation Disease Association (PRDA) has compiled a list of clinical guidance and information on Pelvic Radiation Disease for professionals and patients, which includes external links – download here.

  • Macmillan has webpages about pelvic radiotherapy here.
  • The practical management of gastrointestinal symptoms of pelvic radiation disease (J Andreyev et al, 2014).  This is the most comprehensive guide to managing gastrointestinal symptoms of PRD here.
  • Jo’s Cervical Cancer Trust has information about Pelvic Radiation Disease  here.
  • Guts Charity has information about Pelvic Radiation Disease here.
  • Action Radiotherapy is a group that campaigns for access to the best radiotherapy for all.
  • Feature on PRDA in the Society of Radiographers website.
  • Blog about PRDA on the Cancer Care Map website.
  • Feature on PRDA on the RadPro365 website for radiotherapy professionals.

Modified: 19th July 2020