What to expect? I expected to see a doctor with the biopsy result but it turned out to be a nurse and I was called 2hrs before the appointment.
On learning at reception it was a nurse I thought it might be good news but she turned out to be a Macmillan Nurse which led me to think it could be positive.
Although it also turned out that some hospitals have a lot of Macmillan nurses who are also given the job title 'specialist nurse urology', in that department.
After the appointment I was called in and had an MRI and bone scan within 4 days. The Macmillan Nurse told me the results over the phone within days, I rang her, and she made a guess at likely treatment offers. If it had been a doctor I doubt I'd have ever spoken to them before the consultant meeting 3 weeks later.
If it's positive ask for a contact number. With a Macmillan Nurse you get a phone and email contact.
Basically there are only a few courses of action so if you get a consultant appointment it's better to be aware of what they are and have a plan of your own preferences. Although obviously it will need flexibility depending on what they tell you.
All the best, Peter