HCP Survey: physical activity during and after blood cancer treatment

Please consider taking part in this questionnaire about physical activity during and after blood cancer treatment.

Health Professionals (HPs) can play a part in promoting appropriate physical activity before, during and after cancer treatment. However, most of the research in this important topic has been carried out with HPs predominately working with patients with solid tumours, such as breast, colorectal and prostate cancer. There is limited evidence on the opinions of HPs working in haemato-oncology on physical activity guidelines for patients undergoing active treatment for blood cancers and their perceptions of what physical activity or exercise patients should do as part of, during or after their treatment. There is no published research solely focused on haemato-oncology HPs. We are seeking to gain insights on this topic from health professionals working with people with blood cancers, including doctors, nurses, allied health professionals and support workers, via this brief online survey.

The survey takes approximately 10 minutes to complete, and you can only access the link once, so remember to click 'Save' if you need to leave and return to the survey before completion.

Click here to access the survey or contact Orla McCourt from the UCL Cancer Institute orla.mccourt.18@ucl.ac.uk for more details.