November 7, 2023
Questions? Interested in participating? To begin the Cancer and Work survey on financial, business, and professional well-being of the self-employed Canadians, click on this link: Cancer and Financial Impact Survey Link Contact research team: Master nursing student Camilo Sierra [email protected] or Principal researcher Dr. Christine, RN, PhD, associate professor, Ingram School of Nursing, McGill University …
December 23, 2022
*** Thank you! With you’re cooperation, we have recruited all the people we needed for this study. We will get back to you soon with the results. We are planning a similar study on a larger scale for next year, so please advise us if you are interested to be on our recruitment list and …
September 24, 2022
Dear candidates, Cancer and Work (www.cancerandwork.ca) are seeking self-employed cancer survivors to share their experiences in remaining or returning to work following cancer and cancer treatments. Your contribution will help us understand how self-employed cancer survivors manage with remaining or with returning to work after a cancer diagnosis. The sharing of your experience will …
June 19, 2020
Cancer and Work is actively engaged in research to improve the process of return to work and remain at work following cancer. We would be honored to have you participate in one of our studies to learn more on how we can better provide support to the return to work process following cancer. If you …
Cancer and Work is collaborating with Work Wellness and Disability Prevention Institute (WWDPI) in the Harnessing Talent Project
November 5, 2019
Cancer and Work is collaborating with Work Wellness and Disability Prevention Institute (WWDPI) in the Harnessing Talent Project. Harnessing Talent is a new, 3 year, federally-funded project to help employers recruit and retain employees with mental and/or physical disabilities. The project is funded by Social Development Canada’s Opportunities fund – Work with Employers Initiative.
May 14, 2018
Download pdf Source: Chris Bonnett, H3 Consulting and Allan Smofsky, Smofsky Strategic Plan Workplace Cancer Reporting, May 2017 (Revised May 2018).
May 13, 2018
Download PDF Source: The Economist Intelligence Unit Limited, 2017.
May 12, 2018
Download PDF Source: Return to Work Concerns Faced by People Dealing with Cancer, Literature Review and Consultation, Cancer Journey Advisory Group, Canadian Partnership Against Cancer. https://content.cancerview.ca/cv/treatment_and_support/supportive_care/documents/rtwliteraturereviewpdf
May 11, 2018
Nitkin P., Parkinson M., Schultz I., University of British Columbia and BC Cancer Agency, Funded by the Canadian Association of Psychosocial Oncology