Have your say on teenage and young adult cancer research
Have your say on what questions about teenage and young adult cancer you think researchers should be working on by completing a short online survey for the James Lind Alliance Priority Setting Partnership.
Opportunity deadline: Saturday 31st December 2016
Location: From home
To encourage more research which is focused on what matters to people affected by teenage and young adult cancer (13-24 years) and the professionals who work with them, the Teenage Cancer Trust, Children with Cancer UK and CLIC Sargent have funded a James Lind Alliance (JLA) priority setting partnership.
Patients, families, friends, carers and professionals are invited to take part in a survey and submit questions they think are important about teenage and young adult cancer but which have not yet been answered by research. Submitted questions will be ranked by patients, families and professionals in a prioritisation process, guided by the JLA. The end result will be a ‘top ten’ list of research priorities and unanswered questions that will steer areas for future high quality research about teenage and young adult cancer.
Please note, this is not a Cancer Research UK research study, we are advertising it on behalf on the the James Lind Alliance Priority Setting Partnership.