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UCLH Cancer Collaborative

Two exciting new involvement opportunities for patients and carers 

Help UCLH Cancer Collaborative use a “teachable moment” to share advice about cancer prevention when it’s most effective

The deadline is Monday 26th November 2018

Work with UCLH Cancer Collaborative to develop training for nurses which will support earlier diagnosis of colorectal cancer

The deadline is Monday 10th December 2018

More info:

 

Help UCLH Cancer Collaborative use a “teachable moment” to share advice about cancer prevention when it’s most effective

We are looking for two patient/carer representatives to join the Project Group for an exciting new cancer awareness project in North and East London.

You’ll work with us to develop new cancer education events which reach people when they are more likely to be receptive to making healthy lifestyle changes, and to information about how to spot early cancer signs and symptoms.

We are looking for people who either:

  • Have a special interest in raising public awareness of cancer; or
  • Have been urgently referred by their GP for cancer testing, whether or not this resulted in a cancer diagnosis (you might have been told you were on a “2 week wait” pathway); or
  • Have attended a cancer education event, such as a “Health and Wellbeing” event

If you’re interested, please read the following information and send a completed Expression of Interest form to uclh.getinvolvedwithcancer1@nhs.net. The deadline is Monday 26th November 2018.

 

Work with UCLH Cancer Collaborative to develop training for nurses which will support earlier diagnosis of colorectal cancer

We’re looking for two patient/carer representatives with an interest in nursing education and improving early diagnosis of colorectal cancer to join the Working Group for an important new project.

You’ll help us improve experience and reduce waiting times for patients who have been referred by their GP to be urgently tested for possible colorectal cancer. By co-designing new training for nurses, you will ensure that an innovative fast track service meets the needs of patients in north and east London.

We’re looking for people who either:

  • Have an interest in nursing training and education; or
  • Have personal experience of testing and/ or treatment for colorectal cancer; or
  • Have personal experience of telephone triage during testing for another sort of cancer; or
  • Have cared for someone with personal experience of being tested and/or treated for colorectal cancer.

If you are interested, please read the following information and send a completed Expression of Interest form to uclh.getinvolvedwithcancer1@nhs.net. The deadline is Monday 10th December 2018.

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