We work in partnership with numerous stakeholders, across a range of healthcare settings, voluntary organisations and academic institutions; locally, nationally and globally.
The aims of the CCRG are to:
- Advance the understanding of the complex recovery and care experiences of people affected by cancer
- Inform the development and delivery of evidence-based interventions for people affected by cancer
- Develop and evaluate training and educational resources for health and social care professionals (HPs), to facilitate communication and provision of support surrounding complex issues such as sexual wellbeing and parental cancer.
The CCRG provides a supportive, caring and engaging learning environment for our researchers to help them flourish, including a forum to prepare PhD students for assessments and viva. Other elements include facilitation of international academic travel scholarships and organising of events such as workshops, conferences, social events and fundraising for cancer charities.
The programmes of research within the CCRG are wide ranging and include: