This is an opportunity to help to improve a bowel cancer detection test by making it easier and more acceptable for future patients to use. The purpose of the study is to better understand your views of a new stool (poo) sample test called the FIT kit.
The purpose of the study is to better understand your views towards a non-invasive stool test which can be used to detect colorectal (bowel) cancer.
If you want to take part, we will invite you to a workshop where we simulate scenarios related to the stool test with healthcare professionals/ faculty. You will not be asked to provide a stool sample.
Taking part will help us improve a non-invasive bowel cancer detection test by making it easier and more acceptable for future patients to use. The study is sponsored by Imperial College London.
The study is for men and women over the age of 40 and below the age of 90. We aim to recruit between 10 and 20 volunteers for each workshop.
In the session, which will take place in in White City, in London, we will use group discussion, simulations and questionnaires. The sessions may use audio/ video recording but you will be anonymised in any of this recording which is stored. The session will take place on Thursday February 14th in the morning only (half day) and you will need to only attend this session.
The workshop will take place in a venue close to White City in West London aligned to Imperial College London. It will take place on the 14th February.
We will provide lunch and refreshments on the day and can pay for your transport costs for attending.