This is an invitation from Orla Hynes, whom many of you will know and love as the specialist Upper GI dietician at St Thomas' hospital. The aim is to consult patients, particularly those who have finished their hospital treatment in the last year or so, about how best to organise follow-up visits:
Survivorship and Oesophagogastric cancer – Let us know your thoughts
We are looking for volunteers from London and surrounding areas to help us review how we look after patients who have had treatment for Oesophagogastric cancer in the last few years.
We would like to know what you think about the following:
-How you were/are being followed up - does this meet your needs and what improvements do you think could be made?
-What is important to you after treatment for your cancer?
-Are there other services you would like to access?
-Health and Well-being events – how do you think such an event would look like for you?
If you are interested in participating in this focus group, and helping us shape the follow up service, please contact:
Orla Hynes, Upper GI Surgery Dietitian at Guy’s and St. Thomas’ NHS Trust
firstname.lastname@example.org or 020 7188 2010 or or 020 7188 4568
Date of Focus Group:Monday 23rd November 2015 (2pm-4.30pm)
Location: TBC (Guy’s and St. Thomas’ NHS Trust)
Travel expenses can be covered. Refreshments available.