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Macmillan conducts research to better understand people affected by cancer, and we often ask people affected by cancer to respond to surveys and questionnaires to help us with our work.
We are looking for volunteers to take part in testing a new survey, developed by the Welsh Government and Macmillan Cancer Support. It is being developed to find out about cancer care in Wales. The survey will provide information which will be used to monitor and improve the quality of health services for future patients.
We will send you a copy of the questionnaire either by post or email for you to complete. Once you have done this, we will arrange a convenient time for you to talk to one of our researchers to discuss the questionnaire.
Our researcher will telephone you to talk through your answers to the questions and to discuss in more detail how you found the questionnaire.
Anyone who has experienced cancer care in Wales over the last three years can be a volunteer. We are looking for both Welsh and English speakers – but the care you received must have been in Wales.
We are looking for volunteers who have experienced all types of cancer, from all age groups and all backgrounds.
If you would like to volunteer please contact Emma Moore on 07976 282632 or email Emma at firstname.lastname@example.org|. Emma will then contact you with more details and will arrange for the questionnaire to be sent to you.
Emma works for a company called Quality Health which runs all the cancer surveys for the Department of Health and is developing this survey with Macmillan and the Welsh Government.
Download this description in Welsh/Gweld y dudalen hon yn Gymraeg [Word]|
Sometimes we ask our network of Cancer Voices if they'd like to help us with focus groups or questionaires. If you'd like to find out more about becoming a Cancer Voice please read our FAQs|.
Have you ever wanted to get involved with research, but don’t know where to start? Are you a researcher who would like to involve users in your research, but don’t know how to recruit and train them?
Macmillan runs a free course called ‘Building Research Partnerships|’ which outlines the different types of research methods and terminology. It also explains how the public can get involved as well as exploring the issues related to becoming and being a consumer involved in cancer research.
Find out more| at Learn Zone or email email@example.com|.
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