Online interview - Cancer care during a global pandemic
Type of opportunity: Online interview
Location: Online via Teams
Organised by: Researchers at University College London (UCL)
Time commitment: Around one hour for a one-off informal interview arranged at a time that suits you.
Payment and Expenses: None offered
Closing date: Tuesday 28 February
Researchers at University College London (UCL) would like to interview people affected by cancer who looked for support from formal and informal sources during COVID-19.
This project aims to better understand the impact of COVID-19 on cancer patients’ experiences and support needs. Your participation will be fully confidential and anonymous. You'll have a online interview lasting approx. one hour with a researcher to discuss aspects of your cancer care and wellbeing. You'll be asked what support you had or looked for and the impact COVID-19 had on your cancer experience. Your participation will help health care professionals to better understand the impact of COVID-19 on people with cancer, in order to provide better support in future.
If you would be happy to discuss your experiences of surviving cancer during a global pandemic, or would like to ask questions to help you decide, please contact Elizabeth Haines on: firstname.lastname@example.org.
To thank participants for their engagement in this research, the researchers would like to offer each individual the opportunity to have £10 donated on their behalf to one of a choice of cancer charities.
Additionally, there is a sister project to this one, which is aiming to specifically explore aspects of Asian Chinese culture, in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic. Therefore, if you identify as Asian Chinese and would like to take part, please contact Michelle Mok on email@example.com.
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