Last year we started to develop information on all aspects of survivorship in our 'Moving forward from a cancer diagnosis' website section. As part of this work we would like to develop information about sex and intimacy after treatment for cervical cancer. We aim to provide information about long term side effects related to sexuality and sexual function after treatment for cervical cancer and ways to get support.
As part of the planning for this section, we would like to find out more about how your sexual relationships have been affected after a diagnosis and treatment for cervical cancer. We have prepared an anonymous survey so you can provide us with your feedback. This is an opportunity for you to help us shape the information we provide in this area. The survey will take 10 to 15 minutes to complete.
The survey is split into three parts:
B. Sex after cervical cancer
C. Developing information on sex and intimacy on jostrust.org.uk
The results of this survey alongside research and scientific evidence will help us to construct the new content. After we receive your feedback we will write the new section and then send it to at least two external peer reviewers who will check the content for medical accuracy. If you would like to know more about our information production process please contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org or call on 020 7250 8311.
Please note you have to have been affected by cervical cancer to complete this survey.
Click here to start the survey: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/sex-intimacy-survey
Survey opens: 21.03.14
Survey closes: 31.05.14
Thank you in advance