Purpose: Prostate cancer survivors are keen to engage as active partners in the management of their condition but have voiced a number of unmet support needs that make effective self management problematic. Identifying self-management behaviours and evaluating how self management changes over time may provide valuable insights into how men can be better supported to self-manage. Our systematic review aimed to identify the self-management behaviours for prostate cancer survivors and to evaluate whether these change over time. Methods: Using the PRISMA statement we performed a systematic review of studies that identified the self-management behaviours of prostate cancer survivors. Databases searched included: DARE, CDSR, Medline, CINAHL, PsycINFO and ASSIA. Studies were classified by levels of evidence and quality assessment. Results: 111 publications were retrieved from the search and 5 publications were included. Men performed a variety of self-management behaviours for psychological and physical problems. Only one study assessed changes in self-management behaviours over time and was limited to men treated by radiotherapy. Conclusion: Despite the recent political drive for cancer survivors to self-manage, this review has demonstrated the evidence base is under-developed and a wide range of research is needed to address the unmet supportive care needs of prostate cancer survivors. Practically, this review has identified that Dodd’s Self-Care Log was found to have the strongest psychometric properties for additional research in this area.