Living with and beyond cancer
Julie Evans is an experienced qualitative researcher who has worked on Healthtalk cancer studies since 2000. She conducted the secondary analysis and wrote many of the topic summaries for this module, as well as doing some of the interviews for the original healthtalkonline cancer studies on which it is based.
Nada Khan is a cancer epidemiologist and medical trainee who has worked at the University of Oxford since 2005. As part of her DPhil project she interviewed 40 long-term cancer survivors, and many of those interviews have been included in the secondary analysis for this module. She helped with the secondary analysis and wrote some of the topic summaries
We are grateful to all those people living with and beyond cancer who were interviewed for the original studies, to Dr Carol Dumelow for her work as ‘research buddy’, and to our advisory panel for their help and guidance throughout the project.
Sue Ziebland (chair)
Health Experiences Research Group, University of Oxford
NCRI Consumer Liaison Group representative
Nurse / NHS Manager and former cancer patient
Dr Penny Wright
Macmillan Principal Research Fellow, University of Leeds
Dr Claire Foster
Head of Macmillan Survivorship Research Group, University of Southampton
Prof Ziv Amir
Cancer Rehabilitation, the School of Health Sciences, Salford University , Greater Manchester
Cancer Support Specialist, Maggie’s, Oxford
Dr Peter Rose
GP and Clinical Lecturer, University of Oxford
Dr Cathy Hughes
Survivorship Integration Manager, Macmillan
The secondary analysis and production of this module was funded by the Economic and Social Research Council’s Follow-on Fund. We are also grateful to Cancer Research UK and Macmillan Cancer Support who supported Nada Khan’s DPhil study, and to the various bodies who funded the original healthtalkonline studies.
The Economic and Social Research Council