Cancer Council seeks participantsDate: 14/03/2013
Cancer Council seeks participants in world-first study on spiritual wellbeing
Cancer Council Australia is conducting a world-first study to further our understanding of how spiritual wellbeing affects quality of life for those affected by cancer.
The study seeks to measure the importance of feelings such as hope, love, peace and forgiveness and their impact on patients’ emotional and physical wellbeing, such as energy levels and pain, at different stages of the cancer journey.
Cancer patients, survivors, friends, family members, professional and informal carers and even people who have never been affected by cancer are being sought to take part in an online questionnaire.
If you are aged 18 or over, you can take part in the research by simply completing an online questionnaire now and again in six months. It should take 20 to 30 minutes.
You can also ask family and friends to take part.
Find out more and complete the questionnaire at www.cancer.org.au/2020vision