Cancer patients sought to help improve services
University College London Hospital is seeking people with lived experience of cancer to help improve services and early diagnosis.
The UCLH Cancer Collaborative wants to recruit three patients with experience of bowel cancer to join a major project to improve early diagnosis of this common cancer.
Patients with experience of brain and spine, lung, gynaecological, skin, pancreatic and liver cancers are also sought for their pathways board set up to improve patient experience.
The collaborative is also recruiting members for the patient experience and user involvement steering group.
Patients joining each project will be part of a major programme to shape services and improve early cancer diagnosis across north and east London and west Essex.
The deadline for applicants is midnight on 29 April. You can read more about the projects here.
Request an application form by emailing email@example.com.