Help to find out how cancer care can be improved, by focusing on what matters to patients and their families – take the survey and tell what you think:

All.Can is an initiative which brings together leading representatives from patient organisations, policymakers, healthcare professionals, research and industry, aiming to engage them on the need to improve the efficiency of cancer care, focusing on better outcomes for patients. 

All.Can is leading a survey-based research project with the support of Quality Health, an experienced survey provider. 

The survey is for anyone who has been diagnosed with cancer and the questions will allow you to share your views on what needs to improve or change in the delivery of care for cancer patients.

The patient voice is central to quality care: as resources in healthcare are limited, it must be ensured that the money spent brings benefits to patients’ lives. Improving efficiency is a mean of focusing resources on what matters to patients. That’s why your insights on how cancer care could be improved would be so useful: the patients' voice must be represented when decisions are taken. You can help creating meaningful, structural changes to cancer care, focusing on patients above all else. 
The findings from this survey will form the basis of discussions with policymakers on what needs to change, at a policy and practice level, to improve the lives of cancer patients.The findings will also be presented at conferences and disseminated among the clinical and patient community.  We hope that you can take part to this by completing the survey.
At the end of the questionnaire, we will ask whether you want us to keep in touch about the findings of our work.


Thank you in advance for your precious contribution.


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