KIDNEY CANCER: Patient Personalized Psychosocial Wellbeing Report
Talking about how we are feeling can be the first step to feeling better, according to the 2018 IKCC Global Patient Survey.
the International Kidney Cancer Coalition (IKCC) has developed a Personalised Psychosocial Wellbeing Report. By answering nine simple questions, you get a snapshot of your psychosocial wellbeing today with suggestions to help you feel better in the future.
Kidney Cancer patients you can now create your own personalised Psychosocial Wellbeing report by clicking the link below:
Patient experiences of lung cancer in Africa: 2021 survey
We are looking for lung cancer patients who would be willing to complete a short online survey to tell us about their experiences of care. We are part of the Global Lung Cancer Coalition – an alliance of patient groups across the world campaigning to improve lung cancer research, treatment and care. The survey is being run in 16 countries and aims to understand the similarities and differences between what patients here in https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/J8LTVG3 feel, compared to others around the world.
We recognise that COVID-19 has impacted healthcare systems around the world, and are keen to understand how the pandemic has impacted the care you receive for your lung cancer. We’ll be asking about your experiences in contacting your treatment team over the last year and if the pandemic has impacted your physical and mental health. In addition, we’ll be asking more general questions around, your diagnosis, how it has affected you emotionally, and how you’d like to receive information on lung cancer.
The survey should take around 10 to 15 minutes to complete and your answers will be anonymous. We very much appreciate your time and your insights, which will help us in our campaigning efforts to improve lung cancer treatment and care for patients around the world. Thank you.
WHAT WE DO
Being diagnosed with cancer is very overwhelming for a patient and their loved ones. Learn more about our patient navigation services.
Think Tank is a system we use to engage in public policy research and analysis, learn more about how C4C utilises Think Tank.
Enabling survivors and those affected by cancer to become advocates and educate others by using their stories to help others.
Vuka Khuluma in support of the Childhood Cancer Foundation is a joint project which seeks to increase the number of cancer and life-threatening blood disorders diagnoses in children between 0 to 16 years.
Patient Advisory Board
The Patient Advisory Board is a group of patients, sometimes with a particular condition who come together regularly to provide insights and input that helps healthcare providers.
Awareness & Education MATERIAL
Enable all South Africans to inform and educate each other on the challenges and social barriers that cancer patients and their loved ones face.
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Let us join hands and help those affected by cancer. Together we can do it. Learn more about how you can partner with C4C.