To fully understand how cancer services can be planned and delivered in the future, we need to understand our local population’s experience and thoughts.
Involving the public in the design and delivery of cancer services is a key aspect of the communications and engagement strategies of the South Yorkshire and Bassetlaw Cancer Alliance.
As an Alliance we are continually looking at how to involve of key groups across all the workstreams.
See below for some ways you can get involved with the Alliance.
We are reviewing where we provide appointments for all non-surgical cancer patients. The engagement period is now closed.
Read more here.
Our Patient Advisory Board (PAB) ensures that patients and the public are at the heart of anything we do.
The purpose of the group is to ensure our work is always working towards what patients want.
They are co-chaired by a person affected by cancer (known as a lay representative) and are welcome to anyone affected by cancer to join and share their opinion.
The wider variety of voices we can obtain for our Patient Advisory Board, the better targeted our services can be.
Our PAB meets every two months and currently takes place online via Microsoft Teams.
To learn more click here, or please contact: email@example.com
Every person whose life has been affected by cancer has a different story to tell. We believe by listening to these stories and understanding them, we’ll be able to learn from them and improve things in the future. This is called patient engagement and experience, to see the stories from our patients click here.
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