Published on: 1 February 2021

Public Health England, NHS England and NHS Improvement launched the nationwide Quality of Life (QoL) survey in September 2020 and are now looking for people to act as ‘local champions’ to promote the survey locally. 

The information collected from the survey will be used to work out how best to support the growing number of people living with and beyond cancer. This is an ambitious programme with a scale and depth that isn’t being matched anywhere else in the world.

This role profile sets out the purpose of local champions, ways to promote the survey and how local champions will be supported to deliver local awareness.

The role is open to people who have had a diagnosis of cancer; carers of people with cancer; anybody involved in the delivery of care to cancer patients; and anybody who has a special interest in improving the lives of people living with and beyond cancer. 

If you are interested in becoming a local champion for the QoL survey, you can contact the QoL team here.

You can find more information on the survey here and from the resources below. 

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