Opportunity details

FOR ALL – invitation to shape a project to support people to live well after breast cancer

Support and services to help women improve health and fitness after breast cancer

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Full description:

Research tells us that individuals can be supported to improve their health and fitness after a diagnosis of breast cancer, which is beneficial for their general health and wellbeing. We also know that the people who take part in research projects often differ from those who do not take part. We want to make sure that the services designed to support individuals to live well are able to support ALL individuals (e.g. minority ethnic groups or from areas that are less well-off).

Date from

29th September 2022

Date to

31st December 2022


University of Leeds

We are part of the NIHR cancer and nutrition collaboration group, which is made up of both clinical and non-clinical scientists from various areas in the UK. The work is being led by members of the collaboration based in Leeds (Dr Rebecca Beeken, and Dr Fiona Kennedy) and Hull (Professor John Saxton, Dr Julie Walabyeki).


FOR ALL newsletter 1-page.pdf



Health services and health delivery


UK wide
Yorks & Humber

Involvement type:

Identifying and prioritising
Designing and managing

What support is offered?

Full support from members of the research team


Yes, payment for input £30 to cover 1 hour of time and expenses


Yes, payment for input £30 to cover time and expenses

Can the work be done from home?


Suitable for a beginner?


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