Supporting prostate cancer research

Defining Research Priorities and Needs in Cancer Symptoms for adults who are living with and after cancer

Professor Meera Agar, Cancer Symptom Trials (CST) – University of Technology Sydney (UTS)

Summary of project

You are invited to take part in this survey is being conducted by a team of investigators from the Cancer Symptoms Trials (CST) unit.

We are interested in your views regarding which cancer symptoms have the biggest impact on daily life for people that are living with or have lived with cancer, and those that take care of them. This will help us identify gaps in prevention, detection or management of these symptoms and provide a clear direction for future research and clinical trials. This is the first survey of its kind within Australia and New Zealand. Your responses will assist us to advocate for and prioritise research into new medications, medical devices and non-medication treatments and clinical trials that in the view of people living with cancer, their families and health professionals who provide cancer care have the greatest potential to significantly improve quality of life of people with cancer and their families, both as they go through treatment and through to survivorship.

This survey takes about 30 minutes to complete. Your opinions and experience will be greatly appreciated. For more information, and to begin the survey, please click on this link: www.uts.edu.au/cst/cstprojects

Ethics approval has been granted by the UTS Human Research Ethics Committee.

Who is this study for?

You may be eligible for this study if you:

  • Are at least 18 years of age
  • Are living with, or have lived with cancer
  • Have taken care of someone with cancer
  • Have responded to an email or social media post by a cancer support organisation or online forum

For more information please contact:

Name: Vanessa Moore

Phone: (02) 9514 4862

Email: cst@uts.edu.au

Join us today!

Pathfinder is a unique prostate cancer research register that enables prostate cancer survivors to participate in research for a brighter future with their loved ones.

It will enable researchers to save valuable time and money recruiting participants for their projects, so that they can spend more time delivering health benefits to those in need. Click the button to the right to register!