Aged 50+, living in the West of England and have been affected by cancer?
Have you found accessing activities a challenge due to work commitments?
Becoming more active during or after cancer treatment can be a positive change to make in your life. Evidence shows that physical activity can benefit people affected by cancer in several different ways, including aiding recovery, reducing tiredness and fatigue and improving sleep and appetite.
Our Macmillan Prevention and Re-enablement Project would like to understand how practical and accessible it is for people to engage in regular physical activity upon returning to work after cancer; whether that’s from a direct diagnosis, by caring for someone with cancer or through bereavement.
We would like collate people’s feedback through the following questions. This feedback can be from past or current experience. This survey should take no longer than 7 minutes to complete.
Please click here to complete this survey by Friday 10th August.
Thank you in advance for your time and support in helping us gather this research.