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Research project: Health-related quality of life after colorectal cancer in England using a Patient-Reported Outcomes Measure (PROM) - Dormant

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The measurement of outcomes, improving patient experience, and enhancing quality of life for people with a long term condition (LTC) is a Department of Health priority.

 

All survivors of colorectal cancer, between 1 and 5 years completion of treatment, were invited to participate in the Department of Health's patient reported outcomes measures (PROMs) 2013 survey.

This study analysed the responses of survivors to both formal closed questions and the text comments provided by respondents to an open-ended question at the end of the survey. This work builds upon previous analyses by the research team of the initial PROMs survey (2011), established as part of the National Cancer Survivorship Initiative (NCSI) to evaluate patients' experiences of cancer care in England.

Project team

Dr Richard Wagland

Professor Jessica Corner

Project funder

National Cancer Action Team (NCAT)

 

Associated research themes

Patient Reported Outcome Measures (PROMs)

Related research groups

Complex Healthcare Processes

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