Communicating News & Information

Which methods are best suited to communicate brain tumour news and information?
 
Support Groups 10
Newsletters or Publications 11
Up to date information on the BTAA website 9
Public Forums 8
Applications like Patient Perspective 11
e-News Communiques 5
Social Media Platforms 1

The most important reasons for contributing to Patient Perspective

Recording my brain tumour journey 5
Providing information to help BTAA provide support 13
Providing feedback to the medical community 9
Providing data to government agencies 5

Website Features that assist you most

Up to date information on brain tumour research 12
Stories from other people on the brain tumour journey 9
Support groups close to me 9
Events that I can support 9
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) 3
Information on NDIS, Centrelink services 1
Other * 0

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Kia Ora. Sorry for the interruption but if you type your name and email address in the fields provided you'll receive my latest brain tumour scribblings as soon as they roll off the press, so to speak. What could be better, other than good coffee in the morning, comfortable non-slip gumboots, peace in the Middle East, having politicians who don't govern out of self-interest and a cure for all types of diseases, including, but by no means limited to, brain cancer.

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