Third annual Patient Experience Survey

All people living with lung cancer invited to take part
For the third year in a row, the GLCC are looking for participants willing to complete a short online survey about their experiences of treatment and care for their lung cancer. We are running this survey in 15 countries and hope to develop an understanding of the similarities and differences between patients’ experiences around the world.

Takes just a few minutes to complete

”We recognise that COVID-19 has impacted – and is continuing to impact – healthcare systems and the treatment and care all patients, including those with lung cancer, receive. We are keen to understand how the pandemic has affected the care you receive and if you have had any experience of lung cancer screening.” – GLCC

The survey should take around 15 minutes to complete. Your answers will be anonymous, so the information you share cannot be traced back to you. If you have taken part in our previous surveys, there may be some questions you have answered before.

As we don’t hold any data about your responses, we need to ask these questions again. Your patience in answering these again is extremely appreciated – they are essential to help us identify the issues that relate to different groups of people, for example by age or gender.

Thank you so much for taking the time to complete the survey. Your insights help us in our campaigning efforts to improve lung cancer treatment and care for patients globally.

To take the survey in your country, please select the relevant link from the list below:

Australia –

Pan-Africa –

Argentina –

Brazil –

Bulgaria –

Canada (English) –

Canada (French) –

Denmark –

Ireland –

Italy –

Netherlands –

Portugal –

Spain –

Taiwan –

The USA –

The UK –

If your country is not listed, you can still take part. Please use the following link to complete the survey and tell us which country you are from:

Thank you,

GLCC Secretariat.

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