Monday 26th February 2018
We want to find out about:
- Children and young people’s experiences of diagnosis
- Post-treatment support for children and young people
- How children and young people want their voices to he heard in the system
The APPG will be gathering focused feedback from healthcare professionals, children and young people with cancer and their families through an online survey and a Facebook Live Q&A session. The Group will also be holding 2 scrutiny sessions in Parliament with key civil servants, Ministers and charity sector representatives. Young people, parents and healthcare professionals will be able to submit questions to be asked at the sessions.
How can you get involved?
Take part in our online survey: If you’re a healthcare professional, young person who has been diagnosed with cancer or a parent of a child who has been diagnosed with cancer, the APPG would like to hear from you. The survey takes just 5 minutes to complete. You’ll also have the chance to submit a question that you would like to ask the Government. Take part now.
Share your views with the APPG inquiry panel during a Facebook Live Q&A session in Parliament at 1pm on Tuesday 6 March.
The APPG will then develop the findings into a published report at the end of the summer, with some key recommendations which we can use to bring about real change for children and young people with cancer in the UK.