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New involvement opportunities for people affected by cancer to shape services

Nurse administering cancer treatment to elderly gentleman

Do you have personal experience of cancer as a patient or carer? Would you like to join us to help shape cancer services and improve early diagnosis across our north and east London and west Essex?

UCLH Cancer Collaborative is currently looking for up to three people with experience of bowel cancer to be involved in a major project to improve early diagnosis of this common cancer. We are also looking for people with experience of brain and spine, lung, gynaecological, skin, pancreatic, and liver cancers to join our Pathway Boards, and help us drive improvements in patient experience and outcomes.

Finally, we are looking for additional members for our Patient Experience and User Involvement Steering Group – a strategic group which drives all of our work to improve patient experience and involve people affected by cancer in a meaningful way in all of our programmes and projects.

Please see the information below for further information, and visit to download application documents.

If you are interested in any of the opportunities below, please email to find out more.

For more information on the involvement opportunities offered by UCLH please read here [docx] 27KB

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