Introduction to this survey
NHS England Public Consultation – Children, Teenage and Young Adult’s Cancer Service Specifications
NHS England want to hear your views on their plans to update the ‘specifications’ for how Children’s, Teenage and Young Adult’s (TYA) Cancer Services are delivered in England. This will mean some changes to how services work, and will help to deliver some of the commitments in the NHS long term plan.
The public consultation is an opportunity to check whether proposals are right and supported, the public understand their impact, and to identify any alternative ideas before final decisions are made.
How can you help?
1. Informing the Teenage Cancer Trust response
There are a number of ways you can help. Firstly by contributing to the Teenage Cancer Trust response to the consultation.
Teenage Cancer Trust will be writing a response to the consultation over the coming weeks - drawing together various sources of evidence and views from young people, healthcare professionals and frontline staff– we would love to hear from you and you can do this by completing this survey. Please complete this survey by the 28th June.
2. Responding directly to the NHS England consultation
This Teenage Cancer Trust survey does not feed back directly to the consultation, but there is the opportunity for you to respond directly to NHS England’s consultation yourself. This can be done by:
The NHS England consultation will run for 60 days from Wednesday 5 June until Sunday 4th August 2019. But in order for us to collate your responses to the Teenage Cancer Trust survey please complete our survey by 28th June.