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Macmillan Survivorship Research Group

Macmillan Survivorship Research Group 

The Macmillan Survivorship Research Group is based within the School of Health Sciences at the University of Southampton.

We are funded by Macmillan Cancer Support to conduct research into issues that affect survivors of cancer. Our research focuses on understanding recovery of health and well-being following cancer treatment and supporting self management of cancer related problems following treatment.

The University of Southampton is closed and therefore the HORIZONS team are out of the office on Monday 3rd May for the May Day Bank Holiday.

In the event of an SAE related to the study, please email HORIZONS@soton.ac.uk for instructions.

We wish you all the best and enjoy the Bank Holiday’s.

 

 

Our Ongoing Research

COVID-19

The safety and welfare of our participants, colleagues in the NHS and the study teams are our primary concern in light of the current global COVID-19 pandemic.

 

Please see the individual study pages for details on the status of each MSRG study.

 

Now more than ever, we are committed to delivering our purpose to understand what is important to people with cancer during their treatment and the months and years afterwards.

Macmillan CREW Cohort

A cohort study to explore recovery of health and well-being following primary treatment of colorectal cancer    

Macmillan ENABLE Study

A longitudinal qualitative study to understand the importance of self-management support in people living with cancer

Evaluations Programme

We collaborate with NHS England, Health Education England, Macmillan Cancer Support and others to deliver a programme of evaluations on service delivery and workforce innovations. 

Digital innovations Programme

Developing and testing digital interventions to support self-management of cancer-related problems and decision making

Recently Completed Projects

RESTORE

A web-based resource which aims to increase people's confidence to do things they want to do in spite of their cancer related fatigue

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