To date there is no evidence around health professionals’ current practice and knowledge around emotional and psychological support for patients with blood cancer, and limited evidence on patient experiences and unmet needs. This survey which is part of a wider study seeks to address this and will look to explore level of emotional and psychological support provided to people who have been diagnosed with blood cancer in England.
Please note the survey is focused on support within adult blood cancer services and excludes children, teenagers and young adults as these groups already have nationally commissioned psychological support services.
The study has been funded by Blood Cancer UK, a blood cancer charity, and the findings will be used to influence policy and practice in the future.
To read more and fill in our survey, please visit: