Research Study

Peer Empowered Partnership in Prostate Cancer (PEP-PC)
Principal Investigator 
Arminee Kazanjian


Body Locations and Systems 
Prostate Cancer
Study Start/End 
Aug 4, 2017 to Mar 31, 2018
Shimae Soheilipour, National Project Manager
Purpose of Study 

TrueNTH (True North) Peer Navigation is a new study that puts trained prostate cancer survivors and caregivers in touch with patients and caregivers looking for support. Peer navigators will help prostate cancer patients and caregivers navigate their journey through cancer care, from the point of diagnosis to treatment and beyond and will provide emotional, practical, and informational support. This work was awarded by Prostate Cancer Canada and is proudly funded by the Movember Foundation.

Recruitment poster


A prostate cancer patient or the caregiver of such a patient who:

  • Has been diagnosed with localized prostate cancer at least four weeks ago;
  • And is able to use the Internet for basic tasks (e.g. email, registration)
  • And is able to read, speak, and write in English

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