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What are the next steps in social care for people with cancer?

12th Apr 2018

What are the next steps in social care for people with cancer?  In June 2016 the Wales Cancer Research Centre (WCRC) held a Social Care and Cancer Conference which brought together academics, government, statutory and third sector professionals with patient representatives to identify key service challenges and prioritise areas where research can support future practice change in relation to social care for people with cancer. Find out what the next steps are.

Brain Cancer Workshop

19th Mar 2018

Hosted by the Marie Curie Palliative Care Research Centre and the European Cancer Stem Cell Research Institute, this workshop will provide an overview of current basic, translational and clinical activities at Cardiff covering brain cancer research, diagnosis and therapy.

Survey on death and dying

1st Feb 2018

Please take part in our survey to find out about people’s attitude towards death and dying in Wales. We want to know what people think and how they feel about death and dying. We want to understand what people know and if they have any preferences about issues related to death and dying. We hope that the findings will help services to better understand the public perception around death and dying and develop informed service delivery.

Webinar on the role of care homes in end of life care

17th Jan 2018

Alisha Newman delivered a webinar on the Role of Care Homes in Delivering End of Life Care, in partnership with NHS England and Public Health England. A recording is available to download as an educational resource as part of the PHE end of life webinar series:

Rapid Review from the PaCERS Team

6th Nov 2017

The PaCERS team have conducted a Rapid Review on What outpatient models have proven efficacy for assessment and management of pelvic radiotherapy late effects?

The purpose of this rapid review is to identify models of care which accurately identify patients with late toxicity following pelvic radiotherapy, and effectively manage that symptom burden.

Social Care Research Position Statement

5th Apr 2017

Read our Position Statement on Social Care Research, launched today. It includes a working definition of social care and social care research guidelines that will help us identify research opportunities that we believe will result in improved social care and support, and better experiences for people with cancer, and their carers, in Wales.

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