Better conversations mean more people are able to get the treatment that is right for them, which leads to better quality of life outcomes.
Prostate Cancer Research is conducting a survey to find out more about what can be done to make conversations with healthcare professionals better for patients with prostate cancer. The survey will also aim to determine whether there are specific issues for different groups of people.
The survey is for people who have or have had prostate cancer, and questions cover topics such as:
- your treatment options.
- information about your diagnosis, treatment and side effects.
- your culture, beliefs, ethnicity and religion.
- the support that you got from your healthcare team.
The survey will take between 15-20 minutes to complete and is completely anonymous.