How women would like to spend their time on paid work, household work, caregiving and voluntary work
We are interested in finding out how women spend their time on daily activities (paid work, household work, caregiving and voluntary work, and leisure), and how they would like to spend their time.
We invite 1) women diagnosed with breast cancer; 2)women diagnosed with other cancer types; and 3)women without cancer diagnosis to participate in our online survey.
24th August 2020
30th November 2020
University of Aberdeen (UK) and Curtin University (Australia)
We are a leading health economics research centre in University of Aberdeen with a reputation for delivering applied and methodological work of the highest quality across a broad range of policy-relevant fields including workforce planning, person-centred care, health behaviour and health technology assessment. We were rewarded the Queens Anniversary Prize for Higher and Further Education in 2018.
All of England
No support needed.