Recruiting Participants: Share your views on how oncology treatment decisions are made
Are you a cancer patient or caregiver interested in sharing your perspective on how oncology treatment decisions are made?
Researchers at the University of Calgary are conducting a study to understand the experiences of participants when it comes to cancer treatment decision making. Participation in this study is completely voluntary and you are free to change your mind at any time.
Who is eligible?
You are an individual 18+ with a diagnosis of cancer and are interested in sharing your perspective on how oncology treatment decisions are made.
Alternatively, you are an individual 18+ and a caregiver for an adult cancer patient and are interested in sharing your perspective on how oncology treatment decisions are made.
What will you be asked to do?
You will be asked to attend a 90-minute focus group via an online platform such as zoom. You will be asked to talk about your views on how cancer treatment decisions are made. You will also be asked to complete a demographics questionnaire.
What are the benefits of participating in this study?
You will be provided with a $25.00 gift card for participating.
If you would like more information, please contact:
Dr. Colleen Cuthbert, NP, PhD
Study Title: Patient Perspectives of Value Frameworks used to Guide Oncology Treatment Decisions
This study has received ethical approval through the Health Research Ethics Board of Alberta, HREBA.CC-21-0290.
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