Join our first Campaigns Community event
29th September 2021, 18.00 - 19.30 via Zoom
Thank you for being part of a growing movement of people campaigning for change for people with pancreatic cancer.
Together we’ve campaigned to keep treatment going during the pandemic, for faster diagnosis and access to essential treatment. Now, we’re ready to embark on our most ambitious plan yet to transform the future of diagnosis and treatment for people with pancreatic cancer.
We’re beginning to build a brand-new community of campaigners to help shape and deliver our plans – and we’d love you to join us.
Be among the first to join and help shape our new Campaigns Community at our virtual event on Wednesday 29 September 18:00 – 19:30 via Zoom.
You will have the opportunity to:
- Meet the Pancreatic Cancer UK Policy and Campaigns team
- Hear about our plans to transform diagnosis and treatment
- Discover upcoming opportunities to get involved
- Share your experiences, and views on what issues we should be focusing on
- Hear from people affected by pancreatic cancer who are influencing decision makers
18:00 Arrival and welcome
18:05 Our vision for change
Hear from Danni, our Head of Policy and Campaigns, about our ambitious vision, our plans and ways we can work together to achieve change.
18:15 Welcome to our community
A chance to get to know one other in a small group.
18:20 How I influenced change
In this Q&A with our Head of Scotland Dawn, hear from Kim and Bryony about how they have shared their experience of pancreatic cancer to influence people with power, and find out their top tips for having an impact.
18:40 How can we support you to campaign for change?
Reflecting on what you’ve heard so far, we’d love your thoughts, in a small group, on how we should shape our campaigns community and what kinds of things you might be interested in doing – big or small – to help transform the future.
18:55 Creating a step by step guide for the best diagnosis, support, care and treatment
Our Senior Policy Manager Georgia will introduce you to our new landmark project to develop an ‘Optimal Care Pathway’ for people with pancreatic cancer and how you can get involved.
19:00 What are the important issues in diagnosis, support, care and treatment we must address?
Share your views, in a small group, on the important issues that need to be addressed to improve outcomes for people with pancreatic cancer. You won’t be expected to share your personal experiences unless you feel comfortable doing so.
19:20 Wrapping up and next steps
Who is this event for?
This event is for you if you’re passionate about wanting to make a difference for those affected by pancreatic cancer, and you’re interested in finding out more about our campaign plans and different ways to get involved in our work.