Research Involvement Network opportunity: NCRI Upper GI Pancreatic Cancer Workstream Psychosocial and Supportive Care Workshop

Attend a virtual workshop planned to consider new research projects focussing on the psychosocial and supportive care needs of pancreatic cancer patients.

About the opportunity

You are warmly invited to attend this virtual workshop on Monday 18th October, 4-6pm. It plans to consider new research projects focussing on the psychosocial and supportive care needs of pancreatic cancer patients. This is an area that the NCRI Upper GI pancreatic cancer workstream group feels is under-researched currently and they would like to hear from patients, carers and allied healthcare professionals who may have ideas and key questions that you think we need to address in order to improve quality of care for those suffering this very challenging disease.

If you already have a burning question or idea in mind, or some thoughts on what is a priority to you in terms of psychosocial and supportive care needs of pancreatic cancer patients, the group would love to hear from you!

Submit your ideas:

Please submit your idea/thoughts by completing this form and sending it to the Pancreatic Cancer UK Research Team by Friday 24th September at the latest.

Register for the workshop:

If you would like to attend the workshop, please register your interest by emailing the Pancreatic Cancer UK Research Team with your name and a brief overview of your experience of pancreatic cancer.

The NCRI upper GI group thank you for your time and look forward to a fruitful discussion at the workshop itself.