Design of Information Materials for the National Lung Cancer Screening Program

Researchers from the Daffodil Centre want to hear from health consumers to identify their needs and preferred ways to receive information, then test the developed resources.

Study Purpose/Description

Lung cancer is the leading cause of cancer death worldwide and accounts for 18% of the cancer burden in Australia. In July 2025, Australia will start a National Lung Cancer Screening Program. This project will create educational resources and a strategy to support the program’s rollout.

What’s Involved?

If you join this study, you will take part in consultation activities to help clarify education and information needs for the National Lung Cancer Screening Program.

This means taking part in a 30-minute to 60-minute interview at a time and place that works for you (online via Zoom/Teams or by telephone).  

You might be invited to participate in future consultations to help develop information materials for lung cancer screening. Participation in future activities is voluntary.

As a token of appreciation, all participants will receive a $50 gift voucher after completing the interview.

Disease or condition

Lung Cancer

Recruitment criteria

You can get involved if you are:

1. 50-70 years of age, AND

2. Someone who has a history of cigarette smoking of at least 30 pack-years, AND

3. Someone who is currently smoking, or someone who has quit in the last 10 years.

Benefits

As a token of appreciation, all participants will receive a $50 gift voucher after completing the interview.

Study sponsor / funder

Research team contacts

Rachael Dodd

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