The Psychosocial Cancer Evaluation Toolkit: developing a tailored evaluation protocol and research outcome database for the evaluation of cancer support and prevention initiatives.

Zoe CookeStudent: Zoe Cooke
Supervisor: Dr Ceri Phelps
Location: University of Wales Trinity Saint David
Cancer Type:
Start and end date: Feb 18 – Feb 21

The overall aim of this PhD studentship is firstly to identify, quantify and map core evaluation outcomes for psychosocial cancer initiatives and secondly, to develop and evaluate the utility of a bespoke computer database offering a user-friendly interface that does not require specialist knowledge or skills to navigate. Accordingly, the specific research question being addressed through this project is:

How can we best produce a user-friendly outcomes database that will enable Tenovus Cancer Care and other organisations to rigorously evaluate the relative effectiveness and potential sustainability of psychosocial cancer support and prevention initiatives designed to improve the care of people affected by cancer across Wales?

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