The story of cancer is changing. Improvements in the diagnosis and treatment of cancer mean that more people are living longer after a cancer diagnosis, but many will experience long term consequences associated with their cancer or treatment. GPs and other primary care professionals have an increasingly important role to play in providing follow-up care for this group of patients.

The Royal College of General Practitioners and Macmillan Cancer Support are working together to develop tools to support GPs caring for people living with and beyond cancer. To inform this work we would like to find out about your experiences of caring for people who have completed active cancer treatment, and your current knowledge and awareness of some of the consequences of cancer and its treatment.

This short survey is for practicing GPs and trainees (ST1-3). It should take no longer than 10 minutes to complete.

Thank you very much for your involvement.