Survey - Living well during hormonal therapy for prostate cancer
By taking part, you’ll be helping researchers better understand the different ways prostate cancer patients deal with the side effects of hormonal therapy. This will lead to the development of useful resources for patients who are having a harder time adjusting to treatment side effects.
About this opportunity
Caterina Gentili, is a PhD researcher from the Centre for Appearance Research (University of the West of England, Bristol). She is conducting an online survey to shed more light on the daily experience of prostate cancer patients undergoing hormonal therapy (ADT) as part of her PhD project. Her aim is to provide insight that will be useful in developing appropriate resources for those patients having a harder time adjusting to treatment side effects.
As a thank you for your support, you'll have the option to enter a prize draw to win a £70 online shopping voucher after completing the survey.
The topics covered in the survey may be sensitive and emotive for some men. You can withdraw at any time, up to two weeks after completion, without having to give a reason. Your identity and any information you provide will be treated as confidential. Only the researchers involved in the study will have access to the information, which will be stored securely at all times. If you choose to enter the price draw we will ask for your contact details, but these will be kept separate to your data.
Closing date: Tuesday 5 May
Location: Online / Anywhere
Payment and Expenses: No expenses offered. Optional entry into a prize draw to win a £70 online shopping voucher.
Time commitment: The survey takes 10 to 20 minutes to complete
Any specific criteria: The team are looking for responses from men diagnosed with Prostate Cancer, currently undergoing hormonal therapy (Androgen Deprivation Therapy, ADT).
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