If you’ve been reading my blog for a while, you know how much I support research efforts regarding all things cancer related. Answers will only come through research. I also support small-scale research efforts whenever I can such as the one I’m about to tell you about. Rebecca Hogue is conducting a study to determine the impact of cancer blogs on those who read them. This is a topic near and dear to me as I maintain my blog hoping to have a positive impact of one sort or another on those who choose to read it. It’s why I keep at it.
You now have an opportunity to share how reading cancer blogs has made a difference in your life, or if it has. All you need to do is click on the link and fill out a brief survey. All responses will remain anonymous. This survey is not just for blog readers who’ve had a cancer diagnosis, but anyone who reads a cancer blog. Caregivers, partners/spouses, family members, friends, medical professionals, or anyone who reads cancer blogs, is welcome to take part in this survey.
Your feedback is important for this research project, but I care about it too. I’ve been trying to come up with a survey of my own specific to my blog and some day I’ll get that out to you, but for now, why not chime in on this survey?
And be sure to share any specific thoughts you have in the comments box of the survey. You can comment specifically on any blogs you read or keep your comments general. Your honest opinions matter. They always do.
If you’re not sure if you want to take part, no worries. Think about it. This survey is open until the end of April, so you can stop back any time this month.
Thank you for participating and as always, thank you for reading Nancy’s Point!
Why do you read Nancy’s Point and/or other cancer blogs?
What kind of impact has reading cancer blogs had on you?
What type of posts do you appreciate reading the most?
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