Podcast Series: Upfront About Breast Cancer – What You Don’t Know Until You Do, with Dr Charlotte To

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  • Julez1958
    Julez1958 Member Posts: 1,148
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    Hi there
    I tried to do the survey and worked my way through it and then it wouldn’t submit.☹️
    I have listened to all of these podcasts and thoroughly enjoyed them - they were completely relateable and helpful.
  • [Deleted User]
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    Hello @Julez1958. Apologies that the survey did not work for you, I will look into this and hopefully be able to provide some assistance shortly. We are also hoping to collect some Zoom or phone surveys as well, would this be something you'd interest in? Thank you! 
  • Julez1958
    Julez1958 Member Posts: 1,148
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    Yes I’d be happy to participate in that.
  • AngelaJS
    AngelaJS Member Posts: 2
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    Oh  wow,  just listened to the first episode and thoroughly enjoyed it,  so relatable.  Thank you for sharing,  this is totally what I needed to hear for affirmation.  Please keep this kind of resource going.  Wonderful for newly diagnosed ladies.  Thank you Thank you Thank you.
  • arpie
    arpie Member Posts: 7,667
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    Hi@AngelaJS - welcome to the blog - to the Club that we never thought we'd join!   Feel free to tell us a bit more about yourself & where you are 'at' with your BC  diagnosis ..... if you pop it in the 'newly diagnosed' thread, others will read it & offer any advice that you may be looking for. 
    https://onlinenetwork.bcna.org.au/categories/newly-diagnosed

    When you have a few mins spare - If you jump onto this thread, it shows a lot of other areas to check out on the blog - including showing off your garden, pets art & craft etc ..... and a general 'run down' on the forum.
    https://onlinenetwork.bcna.org.au/discussion/23477/a-big-welcome-to-all-our-new-members#latest

    Great that you've found us & have enjoyed the start of the podcasts ... (Check out Liz O'Riordan's as well - a young British Breast Cancer surgeon who was also diagnosed & went on to have a recurrence as well.). Just click on the 'Right Hand NEXT arrow' to continue thru the blog - it is well worth a read: 
    https://liz.oriordan.co.uk/2015/07/21/what-learning-curve/

    Take care & all the best. xx
  • [Deleted User]
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    Hello @AngelaJS,
    So glad to hear that you enjoyed the podcast! If you have a moment, we do have an evaluation survey of the podcast that we'd love your feedback on: https://limesurvey.mq.edu.au/index.php/157666?lang=en
    Kindest,
    Isabella 

  • carolr
    carolr Member Posts: 5
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    These particular podcasts have been my saving grace.  I was struggling so bad with the whole situation and after listening to the entire series I have a better overview of what has happened and will happen from a psychological point of view.  I have also sent them through to my husband so he can understand what I'm actually going through.  
  • Julez1958
    Julez1958 Member Posts: 1,148
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    Great  to have this bumped up here - I really found this podcast very helpful and believe many others will too.
  • Cath62
    Cath62 Member Posts: 1,311
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    This podcast was just brilliant. I have bumped it so others see it. 
  • Mez_BCNA
    Mez_BCNA Administrator, Staff, Member, Moderator Posts: 901
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    I had to pin it to the announcements again as a few weeks ago all of the announcements dropped off due to a technical glitch. @arpie brought it to my attention that this was one of the announcements still missing. Glad it is resolved because it is an invaluable podcast :)
  • Mez_BCNA
    Mez_BCNA Administrator, Staff, Member, Moderator Posts: 901
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    Please check out the NEW DISCUSSION regarding 'Season 2 of our popular Upfront About Breast Cancer podcast What You Don’t Know Until You Do with Clinical Psychologist Dr Charlotte Tottman is available now https://onlinenetwork.bcna.org.au/discussion/25505/season-2-podcast-series-what-you-don-t-know-until-you-do-with-dr-charlotte-tottman/p1?new=1
  • arpie
    arpie Member Posts: 7,667
    edited October 2023
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    And here is Charlotte Tottman's article in the paper from 2 years back ..... I hope you can download these & read the printed bits easier .... she sent the article to me, to put up here.

    (Open the printed bits in a new Tab & you can then enlarge it to read it easier.)