Cancer Quality of Life Survey

About the survey

This is the data reporting site for the Cancer Quality of Life Survey. For general information about the survey, please visit the main Cancer Quality of Life Survey site. 

The Cancer Quality of Life Survey is a national survey run by NHS England. People who have had a cancer diagnosis are being asked to complete the survey around 18 months after diagnosis.

Information from the survey is one of a range of resources that will be used to work out where improvements should be made to care, with the goal of improving quality of life for people diagnosed with cancer. 

The survey is made up of two questionnaires that measure overall health (EQ-5D) and quality of life (EORTC QLQ-C30). 

EQ-5D can be used for any patient group and the general population. We use this questionnaire to compare scores from the cancer survey respondents and the general population, and between different groups of cancer survey respondents. 

The EORTC QLQ-C30 is a cancer specific questionnaire. We use this questionnaire to report scores from the cancer survey respondents overall, and to compare different groups of cancer survey respondents.

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