Summary of results of two online surveys used to support the Development of the Pan-Canadian cancer research strategy [electronic resource].
Toronto, Ont. : Canadian Cancer Research Alliance, 2010
1 electronic text (39 p.) : col. ill., digital file.
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Toronto, Ont. : Canadian Cancer Research Alliance, 2010
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List of tables -- List of figures -- 1. Introduction: 1.1. Background: the Pan-Canadian Cancer Research Strategy; 1.2. Why survey patients, survivors & concerned members of the public?; 1.3. Why survey cancer researchers?; 1.4. Organization of this report -- 2. Methods: 2.1. Study participants; 2.2. Development of the questionnaire; 2.3. Survey administration; 2.4. Data analysis -- 3. Findings: 3.1. Respondents; 3.2. Investment allocations across research areas; 3.3. Funding spread; 3.4. Involvement of non-scientists - public survey; 3.5. Input into priority setting - researcher survey; 3.6. Funding balance and funding mechanisms - researcher survey; 3.7. Balance of grants in terms of size and quantity - researcher survey; 3.8. Support for increased award terms - researcher survey; 3.9. Support for collaboration among Canada's cancer research funders - researcher survey; 3.10. Satisfaction with research progress - public survey; 3.11. Gaps and opportunities - public survey -- 4. Discussion -- Appendix A. Survey for patients, survivors, and concerned members of the public -- Appendix B. Survey for researchers.
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"September 2010".
Issued as part of the Canadian Electronic Library, Documents collection, and Canadian health research collection.
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Mode of access: World Wide Web.
Co-published by: Canadian Partnership Against Cancer.

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