Supporting prostate cancer research

The role of subjective cognition in the link between cancer and well-being

Prof Carlene Wilson, La Trobe University

You are invited to participate in a study about the impact of social and practical support, fatigue and job demand on returning to work following cancer. Your experiences will help us improve the lives of other people with cancer.

If you want to take part in this study, we will ask you complete a 20-30 minute, anonymous survey. This can be done online or in hard copy.

This survey includes questions about yourself, your cancer diagnosis and treatment, your return to work experience, your use of supportive care resources, your well-being and your self-rated memory and thinking.

This study has ethics approval through the La Trobe University Human Research Ethics Committee

Who is this study for?

You may be eligible for this study if you are:

  • A cancer survivor who has returned to work, and
  • Has received treatment within the last three years, and
  • Is aged 18 years or over.

If you are interested in this study:

Find the survey at this link.

This study is currently recruiting participants.

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!