Review our patient information
We like to involve people affected by pancreatic cancer in the development of our patient information. It is an important part of our Information Standard certification.
Our patient information is vital to help families and patients through their journey. We often require people to review our information and make sure that it is clear, informative and relevant.
What does it involve?
Volunteers will be sent draft versions of new publications for their comments. We will send you the information product and a document for you to give your comments on. We take this feedback very seriously and incorporate it into the final document.
We want our information products to suit you, so your feedback is crucial for us to know if what we are producing is information you would like to have, and that it is presented in the most helpful way.
What project information do we need reviewing?
We cannot give the exact time when we need this information reviewing, the information stated below is just a rough guide on what projects we have going on and estimates of when we would like your help for reviewing them.
If you would like any more information please email our information manager at or call 0303 040 1770 during office hours.
|New webpage on clinical trials.||July 2018|
|Information Booklet 1- What is pancreatic cancer? What is it, how it is diagnosed.||July 2018|
|Information Booklet 2- Surgery for operable pancreatic cancer. Types of surgery, preparing for surgery, eating after and returning home.||July/August 2018|
|Information Booklet 3- Treatments to control the symptoms of Pancreatic cancer. Types of treatments and what to expect||July/August 2018|
|New webpage on risks of pancreatic cancer||Ongoing 2018|
|Risks poster, Facts Poster, The Pancreas Poster, Quick Guide to Pancreatic Cancer||August 2018|
|Booklet 4 Chemotherapy treatment for pancreatic cancer. Chemotherapy drugs, how they are given, managing the side effects.||August 2018|
|Booklet 5 Diet and Nutrition for Pancreatic cancer patients. Dealing with malabsorption, advice for eating after surgery and while undergoing chemotherapy.||October 2018|
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