Supporting prostate cancer research

Cancer-related follow-up care survey for cancer survivors

Prof Richard Cohn at the University of New South Wales.

It is important for cancer survivors to look after their health in the months and years following their treatment for cancer. During this time, many cancer survivors benefit from information and support across a range of areas. The aim of this study is to learn more about experiences with follow-up care, particularly regarding the information received about the care men need in the future. The researchers hope to use this information to understand what services cancer survivors would like to be made available to them, and how services for future survivors could be improved.

The online survey asked questions about cancer and its treatment,  cancer-related follow-up care and experiences with survivorship care plans and treatment summaries.

Ethics approval has been granted by University of New South Wales Human Research Ethics Committee.

This study is no longer recruiting participants.

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