'Have a Voice'
Come along to our User Involvement Event on Friday, 1 March 2019! If you have been affected by cancer, please share your experience with us and help inform future cancer services. The event will be held at:
Nightingale House, Whiston Hospital, St Helens & Knowsley Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust, L35 5DR
9.45 am - 1.00 pm (lunch provided)
We look forward to seeing you.
It is an exciting time for cancer services. The National Cancer Programme has been given significant investment to take forward initiatives to improve the quality of care for people affected by cancer.
What aspect of cancer care would you like to see improve or change for cancer patients in your local area?
In Cheshire and Merseyside, we are committed to making sure that the priorities that are most important to you as people who may have been affected by cancer, are at the forefront of our plans for the next two years.
We want to hear about your top three priorities that you believe would make the most difference in our area. no matter how small or large, we want to know what could be improved with either investment or project support.
Your responses will be used to inform our plans and ensure that the work of the Alliance has the greatest impact for our population. We are very interested to hear your views.
Patient & Partner Volunteers Required for the following
Colorectal Pathway project - this project looks at the redesign of the colorectal cancer pathway across the Cheshire & Merseyside Region
CURE - a project that focuses on supporting patients with nicotine addiction by reviewing the model of care that supports people to quit smoking
For further information, please contact:
Victoria Breglia, Macmillan User Involvement Manager
Tel: 0151 556 5735 Email: email@example.com