Baseline Survivorship Questionnaire

 
Receiving a cancer diagnosis is a huge event in anyone’s life. Some people cope well emotionally, whilst others find it a distressing time. We believe that at such a difficult time, everyone deserves the best possible support. 
 
Cancer professionals have done a lot of research to understand the emotional impact of cancer, in order that we can give people the help that they need. We believe there is still a lot to learn by comparing those who are coping well with cancer, against those who are struggling. By studying the psychology of coping with cancer, we can create information and support systems to benefit everyone. To do this work, we need your help.
 
Anyone over the age of 16 who has been diagnosed with cancer in the last 12 months can take part. If you agree to take part, the following pages will ask you a number of questions about your experiences and how this impacted your life. If you are willing to continue helping us, we will give the opportunity to answer the same questions a few months later. The study lasts for two years in total. As a thank you for your time, we will enter you into a prize draw where you could win a £50 Amazon voucher, or even an iPad Mini.
 
When asked to take part in research, it’s important that you’re provided with as much information as possible. This link will take you to our full information sheet which tells you how we will respect and protect your rights as a participant. Please take a moment to look at this. You can also email us at Survivorship@chester.ac.uk if you have any questions.
 
If you are ready to start the survey, please click the button below. We are very grateful for your time.
 
 

 

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