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Local/Greater Manchester Surveys
Here you will find surveys from our team at the alliance, where we would really value your feedback to help shape and improve our services. If there is a current survey that is live, here is the place to find it!
From time to time, we will include surveys from external organisations that we feel may be of interest to you and welcome your contributions. It will be clearly stated if these are run by an external organisation and not affiliated with the alliance.
Current live local surveys:
National Voices, on behalf of the Greater Manchester Cancer Alliance, are currently researching experiences and barriers when it comes to getting tested for suspected cancer in Greater Manchester, and are looking for people who live in the area to complete their 10-minute survey. Respondents do not need to have had a past diagnosis of cancer.
With the aim of improving services in the area, National Voices will analyse the responses to understand what barriers people in Greater Manchester are experiencing to getting tested for cancer, and why some people may be experiencing them.
Respondents will be automatically entered into a prize draw to win a £150 Trafford Centre gift voucher.
Complete the survey here by 23rd February, or email Louis Horsley, National Voices’ Research and Insight Manager, with any questions.
There are two main national surveys run by NHS England, which focus on the experience of care of people affected by cancer including the Quality of Life (QoL) survey, and the Cancer Patient Experience Survey (CPES).
We have provided an overview and comparison of these surveys below. If you would like more information, you can read a more detailed overview in this Downloadable PDF.
When you receive invites to take part in these surveys, we would encourage you to complete them and provide your feedback to help shape cancer services to better meet people’s needs and preferences.