It is open to anyone who has a primary brain tumour, is at least 18 years old, and can read and type in English, and should take between 20-30 minutes to complete.
The study will close in December 2015.
Full details as well as the questionnaire can be found here for anyone who is eligible and interested to contribute.
Your participation will be greatly appreciated.
Sharing experience is a hugely valuable element of support, and it is also essential to feed into research and help increase understanding and awareness of brain tumours in order to improve support services for the future.
A current study being undertaken at the University of Hull is investigating how people living with a brain tumour view their condition, how they rate their quality of life, and whether the way in which their diagnosis was communicated affects this.
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