Survey – Travelling to another hospital for cancer trials
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About this opportunity
The Experimental Cancer Medicine Centre (ECMC) network is a joint initiative between Cancer Research UK and the four UK health departments. The network is made up of 18 ECMCs for adult patients and a national network of 11 locations for children. World-leading doctors, research nurses and technical staff at these Centres drive the development and testing of new cancer treatments. They give patients access to these treatments and new diagnostic technologies, and help deliver key initiatives in clinical and translational research.
One of the goals of the Experimental Cancer Medicine Centres (ECMC) network is to improve the delivery of early phase cancer trials for patient benefit. As part of this the ECMC team is looking at patient referral in the ECMC network. Within this project we are trying to identify the main issues and challenges being faced. This will help to inform where (if anywhere) the ECMC team should focus its efforts. In order to ensure that we are capturing the views and experiences of people affected by cancer, a short survey has been put together to gather your insights on patient referral.
If you would like any more information or have any questions, please contact Hannah Brown (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Target audience: people (either directly or a friend/family member) with experience of travelling to another hospital to take part in a clinical trial (or who have considered this as an option).
Closing date: This opportunity has now closed
Location: Online, Anywhere
Payment and Expenses: N/a
Time commitment: less than 15 minutes
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