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Improving care for people living with and beyond cancer

With one in two people predicted to receive a diagnosis of cancer in their lifetime, and a predicted two million people living with and beyond cancer by 2030, GPs and primary care nurses will play an ever important role in cancer patients’ care. Cancer Research UK figures indicate that 90 per cent of a patient’s contact with the NHS is through primary care services.

We are working in partnership with Macmillan Cancer Support, Cancer Research UK and the London-wide Local Medical Committee to invite GPs and primary care nurses to take part in a London-wide survey. We want to find out more about their experiences of early detection and follow-up care for people living with and beyond cancer.

Each survey will take approximately 10 minutes to complete and your participation will help to identify training, support and education gaps. The survey is confidential and no identifying information will be released in any publications resulting from the study.

Please complete one survey relevant to your job role from section 1 and section 2.

Surveys

Section 1: Early detection

Section 2: Living with and beyond cancer

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