We would like to invite you to take part in a short survey looking at the strengths and weaknesses of cancer research in Wales. The survey can be accessed by using the link below and will be open until Thursday 21st March:
Further details of the survey are below. Please feel free to share this link around your networks and colleagues that you think may be interested.The Cancer Research Strategy for Wales (CReSt Cymru) project is responsible for developing a single, unified, document that sets out Wales’ national strategy for cancer research. A scoping review, describing the strengths and weaknesses around cancer research in the current context, will be useful to identify more appropriate and effective strategies for cancer research in Wales.
CReSt Cymru is led by Wales Cancer Research Centre (WCRC), Wales Cancer Network (WCN) and Wales Cancer Alliance (WCA). The project office has involved a team of researchers to investigate the main strengths, barriers and gaps in cancer research from the cancer community in Wales.
Taking part in this survey is voluntary and you may choose not to answer some or any of the survey questions.
We hope that the survey findings will help in producing effective recommendations for the cancer research strategy. We will publish the results of this study in the form of general reports and academic papers. Your name will not be used anywhere, and all data will be anonymised.
When using the internet, there can be a risk of compromising privacy, confidentiality and/or anonymity. We have taken the precaution of using the Bristol Online Survey Tool as it is known to be safe to use to minimise this risk.
We will use, manage and store all data in accordance with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) 2018 currently used in the UK. For more information on GDPR please click here.
To request a Welsh language version of this survey or ask a question, please email Ishrat Islam at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us on 029 22510177.
We would like to thank you in advance for your support and time.