How do we produce our information

We make every effort to make sure that our services provide up-to-date, unbiased and accurate information about pancreatic cancer.

We hope that this information will add to the medical advice you have received and help you make decisions about your treatment and care. This information should not replace information and advice from your medical team – please speak to your doctor, nurse or other members of your medical team about any questions or concerns

How do we make sure our information is trustworthy?

We follow some specific criteria in producing our information to ensure it is accurate, up-to-date, and easy-to-understand. This means that you can trust our information.

  • We only use recent, good quality evidence to inform our information, and we use simple language to make our information as clear as possible.
  • We involve health professionals, our specialist nurses, and other experts to make sure the information is accurate.
  • We also involve people affected by pancreatic cancer, to make sure the information is what they need and is easy to understand.
  • We review all our information every two to three years to make sure it is up-to-date.

Read our blog about producing trustworthy information

It’s vital that what we provide a trusted source of information to help people understand how to deal with pancreatic cancer. In this blog, our Information Manager explains how we do this.

Read the blog

Tell us what you think

We are always looking for ways to make our information services better. Your opinions and needs are at the heart of what we do. Tell us what you think about our information by filling out our quick survey.

Take our survey