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Experiences of ethnic minorities in cancer care

Male cancer patients or carers from ethnic minority backgrounds are still needed for a research project exploring the experiences of ethnic minority cancer patients in England. This research is being conducted by brap, an equality charity based in Birmingham, on behalf of NHS England, and the aim is to improve the experience of cancer care for patients from ethnic minorities.

For participants, this would involve an initial telephone call to discuss the project and arrange an interview. Then brap would undertake a 45-60 minute interview with the person at a place and time of their choosing or over the phone. brap are able to provide local travel expenses for participants who need to travel to participate in an interview.

If you are able to help or would like to discuss the project in more detail, please get in touch with Asif Afridi on [email protected] or on 0121 272 8455.