SACT nurses wanted for study: Cancer care in prison - NHS Healthcare staff perspectives

In England many people are diagnosed with cancer each year. Little is known about the impact that being in prison has on the care of people diagnosed with cancer and more information is needed to better understand the challenges of managing care for people with cancer who are in prison. This research aims to fill that gap in knowledge by exploring the views of people with cancer, prison staff and prison and cancer health professionals. 


Who can take part? 

Oncology health professionals with experience of providing care to people with cancer who are serving a prison sentence. 


What does the study entail?

The study involves a one-off interview that can be conducted either face-to-face or via telephone at a time that is convenient for you. Interviews are expected to last up to 1 hour. With your permission, the interview will be recorded. All data collected will be anonymised and no one will be identified in any research outputs. Taking part in this study is completely voluntary. 


More information?

If you are interested in taking part, or if you have any questions about the project, please contact us. 


We are happy to answer any questions you may have and will provide you with more information. 


Contact details:

Renske Visser                                                   Jo Armes                                              
r.visser@surrey.ac.uk                                        jo.armes@surrey.ac.uk
01483 686730                                                   01483 684553