For patients on active cancer treatment: An invitation to join a patient reference group Investigating the experiences of cancer patients undergoing surgery during COVID-19 first wave
Need patients who can work together with us and share their insights and feedback
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As part of your involvement, we would like you to help develop and codesign this questionnaire. The actual questionnaire is about patients who underwent surgery, however, you do not have to have been (or currently are) a surgical patient to participate in the patient reference group. Your involvement would be to review the questionnaire and protocol from a patient’s perspective.
The commitment we anticipate from you will be to attend approximately 4 online Microsoft Teams meetings.
8th October 2021
22nd November 2021
The Translational Oncology and Urology Research (TOUR) team at King's College London
The Translational Oncology and Urology Research (TOUR) team aims to turn science into better healthcare by translating uro-oncology research into medical practice. TOUR is led by Professor Mieke Van Hemelrijck, bringing together a team of researchers, clinicians, students, research nurses, trial coordinators, and database managers who are active across the field of translational research.
Health services and health delivery
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Can the work be done from home?
Suitable for a beginner?