CLIC Sargent undertakes research and creates reports to help influence and inform decision-makers and policy makers.
By working in this way we can collect important information, undertake research and create reports that can help influence and inform decision makers and policy makers.
Hidden Costs - The mental health impact of a cancer diagnosis on young people: highlights the impact of a cancer diagnosis on young people’s mental health, as well as their physical health, and makes recommendations for change and future research.
Counting the costs of cancer: The financial impact of cancer on children, young people and their families
A long way from home: The impact of travel on children and young people with cancer
No child with cancer left out: The impact of cancer on children of primary school age
No teenager with cancer left out: The impact of cancer on young people’s education at secondary school age
No young person with cancer left out: The impact of cancer on young people's education, employment and training.
Coping with cancer - Supporting young peoples 'resilience': Illustrates the findings from CLIC Sargent's research into the information needs of young people with cancer.
Children and young people's cancer services: Ambitions for the next 10 years: CLIC Sargent considers what the next 10 years might bring for children and young people with cancer, and sets a clear direction for our policy and influencing work.
The best chance from the start - Improving support to identify cancer in children and young people: Focuses on the experiences of young cancer patients of being diagnosed, with a particular focus on their experiences of primary care.
Cancer costs - The financial impact of treatment on young cancer patients and their families: Explores the financial impact of cancer treatment on children, young people and their families.