State of the Nation Consultation Hub
To inform the State of the Nation: Upper Gastrointestinal (GI) cancers in Australia, we will be engaging people affected by upper GI cancers (pancreatic, liver, stomach, biliary and oesophageal cancers), together with clinicians and researchers across Australia via our consultation hub to acknowledge and understand the individual and collective experiences, the challenges faced, key solutions to overcome these challenges and research challenges and opportunities.
It is intended that the State of the Nation report will make strategic recommendations for how Australia can best improve outcomes for people impacted by upper GI cancers. The report will look at the cancers as a collective, to identify and to outline solutions for the gaps along the patient experience that affect survival outcomes and quality of life. The State of the Nation report will also consider other federal policy work underway, including the development of Australia’s first ever Australian Cancer Plan and National Pancreatic Cancer Roadmap.
Have your say – Your experience and opinion matters
The survey is now open.
We welcome patients, carers, clinicians and researchers to contribute to the survey. Please respond to the survey that best describes you.
We’re seeking to better understand your experience living with or caring for someone with an upper GI cancer and your perspectives on research and policy priorities.
Please allow approximately 20 to 30 minutes to complete the survey
We’re seeking to better understand your views on what should be the research and policy priorities, in addition to Australia’s role in cancer research, to improve survival for upper GI cancers.
Please allow approximately 15 to 30 minutes to complete the survey.