Enhancing culturally and linguistically diverse patient safety and engagement in cancer settings
Are you a person from a culturally and linguistically diverse background?
Have you accessed Prince of Wales cancer services as a patient or carer of a person with cancer in the past five years?
Researchers from the Macquarie University are seeking participants to take part in a 30–45 minute interview (face-to-face, online or via telephone) for research which aims to improve the engagement and safety of patients and families from different backgrounds accessing cancer services in New South Wales and Victoria.
This research is being conducted as part of a larger project funded by Cancer Australia and the National Health and Medical Research Council
(HREC approval number: 2020/ETH00965).
Would the research project be a good fit for me?
The study might be a good fit if you identify as any one or more of the following:
- Were born overseas or have parents who were born overseas.
- Speak a language other than English at home.
- Identify from a different cultural background.
For further information or to take part in the research you can contact us below:
- Ashfaq Chauhan, PhD Candidate: [email protected]
- Jiadai Li, Research Administrator: [email protected]
- Dr Bronwyn Newman, Research Fellow: [email protected]
- A/Prof Professor Reema Harrison, Chief Investigator: [email protected]