SNO External Relations Survey

The SNO External Relations Committee seeks to bridge the gap between academic and community oncology centers in the care of neuro-oncology patients. 

As part of our efforts, we seek to better understand barriers that may impede collaboration between institutions, including access to clinical trials and the internal barriers within treatment centers that may delay or prevent enrollment in clinical trials.  Understanding these problems will guide our approach to implementing solutions to improve communication and collaboration between community and large academic institutions to provide ease of access to second opinions and clinical trials for our vulnerable patients. This may include a comprehensive database of trials offered in various regions, local and regional resources to support patients with travel (if needed), accessible contact information of providers in brain tumor centers, as well as future education that SNO can develop specifically for community providers. 

This survey is intended for all who work with patients and clinical trials and should take ten minutes to complete. We appreciate your time completing the attached survey to provide us with the data needed to formulate and implement an actionable plan.

Please feel free to share the survey link broadly with those in your professional network.

Thank you.

SNO External Relations Committee

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