CCSN Prostate Cancer Patient, Survivor & Caregiver Survey
All patients, survivors and caregivers who have faced or are facing prostate cancer are eligible to take this survey. The purpose of this survey is to help the prostate cancer community and the Canadian Cancer Survivor Network better understand the journey that prostate cancer patients, survivors and caregivers experience during their transition from diagnosis, through to treatment, follow-up, and survivorship.
Consultation: Strict regulation of edible cannabis, extracts and topicals
Health Canada is seeking feedback on draft regulations to minimize the public health and public safety risks posed by edible cannabis, cannabis extracts & cannabis topicals. Deadline to participate is February 20th, 2019.
STUDY NOTICE – Seeking participants for a survey on peer support in cancer
Princess Margaret Cancer Centre is conducting a study with Adolescents and Young Adults (AYA) in Canada with cancer to understand their needs and preferences for peer support and interest in using a digital app to connect with peer cancer survivors. If you were diagnosed with cancer between 15 and 39 years of age, please complete the following online 25 minute survey for a chance to win a $100 VISA Gift Card! http://bit.do/Connect4Health
Right2Survive – Share Your Voice and Your Story
Despite being the number one cancer killer in Canada, outcomes in lung cancer lag behind other cancers. We can do more. Lung cancer patients deserve a chance to become cancer survivors. Share your survivor story and add your name to stand with cancer survivors.
Liver Cancer Survivors Physical Activity Survey
Researchers from the University of Toronto are conducting an online study on the exercise programming preferences of adult liver cancer survivors. The online survey takes 45-60 minutes to complete. You must be 18 or older to participate. The goal of this research is to understand how we can best design physical activity programs to support liver cancer survivors. Questions? Contact 416-946-3624 or email Dr. Linda Trinh at email@example.com
Take the All.Can Cancer Patient Survey!
You CAN help to shape the future of cancer care! Take this short patient survey to help us gather insights on where gaps and waste occur, and how cancer care could be improved.
Share Your Thoughts: Help KCA Uncover Unmet Needs In Kidney Cancer/RCC
The Kidney Cancer Association (KCA) would like to learn more about your experience after undergoing surgery for kidney cancer/renal cell carcinoma (RCC) in order to uncover unmet needs in education, resources and treatment.
Building A Voice for Primary Liver Cancer Patients & Caregivers in Canada
Has liver cancer affected you or someone you know? The Canadian Cancer Survivor Network is looking for patients, caregivers, families, clinicians and others affected by hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC), the most common form of primary liver cancer.
ON & QC Volunteers Needed for Study on Self-Care After Cancer
A McGill University-Princess Margaret Cancer Centre research team is offering free self-care tools (relaxation/mindfulness CDs/MP3s & cognitive behavioral therapy skills-enhancing workbooks) as well as telephone coaching to eligible persons aged 18 and over in a study funded by the Canadian Cancer Society.
Sleep Well Study with The Ottawa Hospital
A study on the effectiveness of an online treatment for insomnia. The Ottawa Hospital is looking for participants with insomnia who have completed cancer treatments.
The MATCH Study: Now Recruiting!
A ground-breaking new study measuring the effects of Mindfulness Meditation and Tai Chi/Qigong on quality of life for cancer survivors.
PROSTAID Calgary’s 2018 Symposium
Cancer is one of the world’s most pressing health care challenges. PROSTAID Calgary’s Cancer Advocacy Symposium will create an interactive and collaborative forum between Alberta politicians and policymakers, and Alberta’s cancer community. This call for volunteers is an opportunity to come together in a collaborative setting to discuss the most pressing issues facing Alberta’s healthcare system.