Tag: patient experience
Launching our Improving Brain Tumour Care surveys
Share your experiences and help create change in the treatment and care received by people living with a brain tumour diagnosis.
Patients ‘struggle to access key information’ as NHS staff shortages bite, says report
A report out today warns the NHS has too few staff to provide patients with information and support – an issue we know is key for those diagnosed with a brain tumour.
English Cancer Patient Experience Survey published
Earlier today, the English Cancer Patient Experience Survey was published, providing an insight into the experience of 72,288 cancer patients over the age of 16 in 2016
An unexpected journey
Our Director of Services and Influencing, Emma Tingley, shares her thoughts on navigating the system after a brain tumour diagnosis, and our recently launched Patient Guide.
Thousands to benefit from Enhanced Supportive Care programme
An innovative programme to improve the care and experience of patients with incurable cancer is being rolled out across the country.
Brain tumour patients continue to report a poorer experience of diagnosis, treatment and care
People affected by a brain tumour continue to report a poorer experience of diagnosis, treatment and care when compared across all cancers according to the largest survey of cancer patients in England.
Parents of boy who died from a brain tumour create videogame experience
Colorado parents Ryan and Amy Green, have developed That Dragon, Cancer, an interactive videogame experience that documents their 5 year old son, Joel and his struggle and death from a rare form of paediatric brain tumour.
The reality of brain tumour treatment and care: new report for policy makers
Finding Myself in Your Hands focuses specifically on peoples interactions with the NHS, healthcare professionals and their treatment of brain tumours and gives us an honest insight into experiences across the UK.
GBM diagnosis inspires innovative patient support strategy
An American not-for-profit organisation is recruiting students to join their cancer support fellowship TaketheFight