Opportunities to work with other organisations and researchers:
- The National Cancer Research Institute - Priority Setting Partnership - a survey asking questions about what people living with and beyond cancer feel are the most important questions for researchers to answer.
What helps some women who have been sexually assaulted attend their cervical smears, whilst others find it more difficult? - An online survey from Royal Holloway, University of London
- Research study investigating physical activity advice given after a cancer diagnosis - Researchers from Northumbria University are investigating what advice people diagnosed with cancer are receiving about physical activity.
- Trial of Cediranib and Olaparib Maintenance in Advanced/Recurrent Cervical Cancer (COMICE) - A study sponsored by CLATTERBRIDGE Cancer Centre is being run through the Liverpool Cancer Research UK Trials Unit
- Examining the lived-experiences & online support use of HPV-positive women- Research at the De Montfort University
- A study to investigate the association between selective uptake of cervical cancer screening and all-cause mortality - Researchers from Queen Mary University of London have set up a study to look at whether women who suffer health problems or have riskier lifestyles are less likely to attend cervical cancer screening.
- A trial of chemotherapy before chemoradiation for cervical cancer (INTERLACE) - Cancer Research UK
- The psychological impact of cervical cancer - The University of Bath have designed a short online study exploring the impact of cervical cancer on women’s thoughts and feelings.
- Evaluating the psychological impact of HPV primary screening in NHS England –The NHS Cervical Screening Programme and University College London
Advanced Stage Cancer & Decision Making – Macmillan Cancer Care and Revealing Reality
- Living with a diagnosis - The Christie Foundation Trust in Manchester and the University of Manchester are working together on a new research project to introduce women who have been diagnosed, to enable them to share experiences and support one another.
- Psychology and cancer - Regent's University London are coordinating a quick survey for women who have been diagnosed with cancer to contribute to research into the mental wellbeing of patients
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