Can you help to shape the future of cancer care?

New global patient survey launched in Poland and Sweden 

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In healthcare, inefficiency is often caused by not focusing on what matters most to patients. A new global patient survey is gathering insights on inefficiencies in cancer care and is asking cancer patients (and their carers) to share their thoughts and experiences on where inefficiencies occur, and how cancer care could be improved. Findings will be revealed later this year and used to inform policy discussions on improving cancer care for all.

 

The survey is currently live in Poland, Sweden and the UK. It will also soon be launching across many other countries in Europe, as well as Canada and Australia. If you’re not from one of the countries specifically being surveyed, an international option is available. 

 

The survey is being administered by All.Can (www.all-can.org), an international multi-stakeholder policy initiative focused on improving efficiency in cancer care. Please share your experience to ensure the patient voice can be at the heart of cancer care.

 

To complete the survey, click here: http://patientsurvey.all-can.org