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June 2021: Request for help from the Throat Cancer Foundation
The Throat Cancer Foundation is currently updating two guides which, since they were first published in 2018, have proved very helpful to many clinicians and other professionals working in the head and neck cancer field.
Both are on HPV and throat cancer:
HPV and Throat Cancer: Information for patients, their families and loved ones
HPV and Throat Cancer: Talking to patients and their families. A guide for clinicians and other health professionals
Both guides have been widely distributed to head and neck cancer clinics and have been well-received and widely used.
The Throat Cancer Foundation is now updating the guides and, as part of the process, is consulting a wide range of clinicians, health professionals and patients to make sure that full account is taken of new research, good practice, etc.
Whether or not you have seen one or both of the existing guides before now, we would be very grateful if you could take a look (using the links above) and, using our online survey, let us know what you think of them and about any changes you would like to see.
This survey should take no more than 10 minutes to complete and all the data collected will be treated in the strictest confidence. It would also help us if you could share the survey with any colleagues who might be interested.
The closing date for responses is 31 July 2021.
If you would like to contact the guides' editor directly, please email Peter Baker at email@example.com.
April 2021: Request for survey assistance
I am an italian radiologist with head and neck imaging expertise.
This survey is to evaluate opinion on the usage and the potentials of Artificial Intelligence in the management of the Head and Neck cancer patients.
Results of this survey will be reported in a scientific paper, and if you would like to specify your details, they will be included in the "Contributing Authors" list. If you don't wish to be in the list, you may still complete the survey without giving your details. The answers will be anonymous.
We thank you for devoting a few minutes of your time to our survey.
Head and Neck Cancer Imaging
Department of Diagnostic Radiology
Humanitas Clinical and Research Center IRCCS, Rozzano, Milan, Italy.