CURRENT STUDIES

The studies listed below are open for recruitment:
 

We would like to invite you to help us understand what life is like after treatment for brain cancer and what you find helpful in available supports.

Who is it for? 

  • People aged 15-40 years who have completed brain cancer treatment that has been successful in controlling, removing or treating a primary or secondary/relapsed brain tumour
  • Caregivers of young people aged 15-40 years who have experienced brain cancer
  • Health professionals who provide treatment and support for young people aged 15-40 years who have experienced brain cancer

What is involved? A brief online questionnaire and a video conference interview that will take about 50 minutes. 

 

Piloting an online portal to support those affected by brain cancer. 

Who is it for? 

  • Individuals aged 16 and over who have been diagnosed with brain cancer OR care for someone diagnosed with brain cancer
  • Health care professionals who provide care to patients with brain cancer

What is involved? A short survey and a video conference interview.  

  
 
We would like to invite health professionals to help us understand your experience and education, support, and resource needs for providing coordinated care for people with primary brain cancer and their families. 
 
Who is it for? Health professionals active in caring or coordinating care for adults with primary brain tumour
 
What is involved? A short online demographic survey (1-3min) and participating in either an individual interview (30-60min) or a focus group (40-90min).