Deadline extended: Survey on understanding the gaps in SACT education to minority group cancer patients

The deadline to respond to the survey has been extended to Friday 15th December.

The aim of the wider project is to develop recommendations of areas that should be incorporated into pharmacy staff teaching. I would be very grateful if you could complete this questionnaire to understand the gaps that exist when educating a patient from a minority group, receiving systemic anticancer therapy (SACT). 

If you have any questions about this project then please email me via: [email protected]

It should take 10-15minutes to complete. All responses will be anonymous.

https://forms.office.com/e/CwQwB45j0Z

 

Many thanks for your participation!

Apini Patel

Senior Oncology Pharmacist 

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