Older women’s experience of breast cancer alongside other health conditions: The EPAN study of women aged 70 years and over.
Julia Addington-Hall, University of Southampton.
Identifying the impact of service user involvement on the lives of people affected by cancer.
Phil Cotterell, University of Southampton.
Supporting relatives: An investigation into obstacles and aids to information exchange within families affected by cancer.
Claire Foster, University of Southampton.
The use of herbal medicines by people with cancer.
Christine Gratus, University of Birmingham.
Supporting older carers to design and lead research reflecting their key concerns about caring for people with cancer approaching the end of life.
Sheila Kennedy, University of Sheffield.
I’m just in the shadows to keep an eye: an investigation to understand the need for support in family members of people having chemotherapy.
Emma Ream, King’s College London.
Social difficulty and appearance concerns in lymphoedema secondary to cancer.
Jacquelyne Todd, University of Bradford.
Support for people with learning disabilities affected by a person with cancer.
Irene Tuffrey-Wijne, St George’s University London.
The experience of long-term cancer survivorship: a multiple-case study.
Emma Blows, University of Nottingham.
Living with cancer in old age.
Nic Hughes, University of Leeds.
Cancer survivors and cancer survivorship: quantifying cancer prevalence and modelling its dynamics in England and the UK.
Jake Maddams, King’s College London.
Living with rectal cancer: A study exploring the experiences of individuals living with inoperable rectal cancer and their carers.
Jane Winter, University of Southampton.
International Benchmarking Project (ICBP.)
Anna Gavin, Queen’s University Belfast.
A national survey of the impact of cancer on employment.
Ziv Amir, Malcolm Campbell, Linda Davies, Karen Luker, University of Manchester.
Survivors of adult cancer: a feasibility cohort study/ePOCS electronic patient-reported outcomes from cancer survivors.
Penny Wright, University of Leeds.
Holistic needs assessment. Evaluation of cancer distress management in Scotland.
Dr Austyn Snowden, University of the West of Scotland.