Survey - How would you like to be informed about radiation risks around diagnostic imaging?

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Some diagnostic medical tests are associated with a very small risk of cancer in later years. 

Clinical Scientist Elizabeth Davies works in Radiation Safety at University Hospitals of Leicester NHS Trust. She’s carrying out a survey to find out how people would like to be told about the radiation risks associated with diagnostic imaging. She aims to produce resources for communicating this risk to patients based on their preferences.  The team are particularly interested in whether people with pre-existing cancer diagnoses would like this information presented in a different way to other patients.

By taking this survey, you can help ensure that the needs of people affected by cancer are met as insight from the survey will be used to design tailored information resources. The survey will take around 10 minutes, although most people take less than 5 minutes to complete it.  All results will be anonymous and not associated back to an individual. 
 

Closing date: Closed

Location: Online / Anywhere

Payment and Expenses: N/A

Time commitment: One-off survey taking an average of 5minutes to complete. There is an opportunity to put your name down for a future focus group if you are interested (not required).

Any specific criteria: The general public both with and without cancer diagnoses.

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