Involvement Opportunities

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If you have any questions about any of the opportunities listed, please contact us, we'd love to hear from you.

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Your Opportunities

You'll find a variety of opportunities below to get involved and help us beat cancer sooner. Whether you've got lots of time to spare or only a little, and whatever your experience of cancer, we hope you'll find an opportunity that interests you. 

Patient Representative - Population Research Committee

Use your experience of cancer to help us review new research proposals and ensure people affected by cancer guide our decision making.  

Webpage Review - Experimental Cancer Trial Finder

Help make sure the information on this clinical trial web page is useful to everyone who visits it by reviewing its content and letting us know what you think.

Help us improve the way we thank our 1.1 million supporters!

We are holding a ‘thanking day’ in February 2019 dedicated to calling and thanking our regular givers.  Help us improve the way we thank our supporters by answering mock calls in January and providing valuable feedback on the phone script!

Online Website Sorting Exercise - Coping with Cancer Information

Take our quick online sorting activity to help us make our ‘coping with cancer’ webpages easier to navigate.

Focus Group - Project Swallow: Living with Oesophageal Cancer

Use your experience to help a team of researchers at University College London (UCL) create a digital health platform to support people affected by Oesophageal cancer. 

Share your story - Help protect Stop Smoking Services

Share your experience of using your local Stop Smoking Service so we can help publicise the vital work they do.

Survey - How do you use our Patient Services, and why?

Take this short online survey to let us know your experience of using our patient information services.

Content reviewer - Help us review our ‘Causes of Cancer’ webpages

Help us get our content right and make all the difference to someone trying to understand more about their risk of cancer.