Declined surveys

Receiving a cancer diagnosis is a very difficult and anxious time. Your healthcare team will therefore offer you support during and after your cancer treatment.

Part of this is to offer patients the opportunity to complete an electronic holistic needs assessment (eHNA). This gives you the chance to think about your concerns and discuss possible solutions.

The assessment has two parts:

i. A simple set of questions to answer to see what concerns you have;

ii. A discussion with a member of your healthcare team to talk about these issues and look at possible solutions. This leads to the development of a Care Plan which is agreed and documented by your healthcare team. You will receive a copy of this plan. 

Tameside & Glossop Integrated Care NHS FT and Macmillan have recruited a Project team to help get this set up. In order to ensure we are meeting the needs of patients we are interested to hear what you think and why you chose not to complete it. What it suggested too soon? Was it difficult to complete? Did you not feel it would help to address your needs?

This survey will only take a few minutes and will be invaluable in helping to ensure the eHNA is as effective as possible.

Thank you.

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* 1. What was the reason why you chose not to complete the eHNA checklist?

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* 2. Suggestions for improvement in how the eHNA is offered.

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* 3. We know that not everyone has the same experiences. By providing us with the following information we can identify if certain groups have any additional unmet needs. This information will be held in the strictest confidence.

What is your Cancer diagnosis (optional)

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* 4. How old are you?

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* 5. Which of the following options best describes how you think of yourself

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* 6. What is your Ethnic Group?

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* 7. Which of the following options best describes how you think of yourself?

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* 8. Do you have a disability? (Any health issue or impairment which is likely to last more than 12 months and impacts on your ability to carry out every day activities)