Review cancer specific information for Scottish Cancer Network

Opportunity from Scottish Cancer Network

Type of activity: Survey

Organised by: Scottish Cancer Network (SCN)

Location: Online, anywhere

Time commitment: One-off 15-20 min survey

Payment and Expenses: None offered

Looking for: Anyone who may use the website can participate including from patients, carers and friends.  The treatment pathways being discussed may be different in areas outside Scotland.

Closing date for this opportunity: Friday 2 August

The Scottish Cancer Network (SCN) is seeking input from cancer patients to help improve the accessibility and readability of the adult brain cancer content it developed for its website.

The SCN has developed “Clinical Management Pathways” or CMP’s which describe the patient journey from diagnosis through treatment to follow-up.  The content was created for healthcare professionals and now needs to be redesigned for patients. 

The team seeks feedback to ensure the information presented on the patient-facing website is easy to understand and follow.

The SCN is ideally looking for cancer patients (and their support network) at any point in their journey to feedback on the web pages, focusing on the content, user experience, design, and navigation of the site itself. However, anyone is welcome to view and feedback on the site.

You can find the information to review on the adult brain cancer page. Once you’ve read through the page please complete the survey below.

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