Do you know, or work with, male cancer patients or carers from ethnic minority backgrounds? Would they be willing to share their experiences with brap? brap are an equalities charity working with NHS England to look at the lived experiences of ethnic minority cancer patients and their carers.
It would involve a 45 minute interview at a convenient time and location of your choosing. It could be a telephone interview if you would like. brap are able to cover the cost of local travel expenses for participants.
The findings from this project will be used to improve how the NHS responds to ethnic inequalities in the experiences of cancer patients in the future.
If you are able to help or would like to discuss the project please get in touch with Asif Afridi on firstname.lastname@example.org or on 0121 272 8455.
This report collates and catalogues the state of play in the NHS patient experience world. It looks at the nature and extent of the NHS’s feedback enterprise, outlines major findings from recent quantitative and qualitative surveys and raises critical questions about its value.
It also recommends more support for NHS Patient Experience colleagues and the potential impact of cuts to Healthwatch funding.
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