Work Status and Health-Related Quality of Life In Young Adult Cancer Survivors

Join Our Study: Returning to Work After Cancer Therapy

For this study we will enroll young adult cancer survivors. We want to learn about the impact of cancer therapy on employment and work-related quality of life in young adult patients.

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Do I qualify to participate?

Did you receive cancer therapy at the Seattle Cancer Care Alliance?
This study is open to patients who received cancer therapy at the SCCA.

Were you a young adult at the time of your diagnosis?
This study is open to patients who were diagnosed between 18-39 years of age. The study does not require any in-person visits.

Read more about our study and find the link to enroll below.

 

Eligibility Criteria

  • You were between 18-39 years old at the time of your cancer diagnosis
  • It has been at least one year since your diagnosis
  • You were treated at SCCA
  • You are currently disease free (not undergoing any cancer treatment)
  • You speak English

Participation

Study Requirements

  • Complete a survey about your work and/or student experience and your physical, mental, and social health (about 25-35 minutes)
  • We recommend using a desktop or laptop computer when taking the survey.

Benefits

  • Help us learn about the work experience after therapy for young adult cancer survivors

Interested? Click Here to Get Started

Contact Us

Kari Jenssen, Study Coordinator

 Fred Hutch Survivorship Program

Neel Bhatt

Neel Bhatt, M.B.B.S., M.P.H.

Dr. Bhatt is a pediatric hematologist-oncologist. He is an expert in cancer survivorship and cares for adult long-term survivors of pediatric cancer and transplantation. 

Last Modified, October 08, 2020