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Table 1 Respondent characteristics

From: A survey to determine usual care after cancer treatment within the United Kingdom national health service

Country of service England 83% [231]
Scotland 9% [26]
Wales 4% [12]
Northern Ireland 3% [9]
Profession Othera 33% [89]
Medical Oncologists 30% [82]
Clinical Nurse Specialists 20% [54]
Clinical Oncologists 7% [20]
Surgeon 6% [16]
Medical Oncology trainee 3% [9]
Psychologist 0% [1]
Cancer specialty Breast 49% [129]
Colorectal 23% [61]
Lung 23% [59]
Other (please specify)b 23% [59]
Gynaecological 22% [58]
Urological 22% [58]
Upper gastro-intestinal 17% [45]
Head and neck 13% [33]
Sarcoma 13% [33]
Hepatobiliary system 11% [28]
Dermatology 9% [23]
Lymphoma 8% [22]
Central Nervous System 8% [22]
Multiple Myeloma 8% [20]
Leukaemia 5% [14]
Institution Cancer centre 52% [115]
Teaching hospital 29% [64]
District hospital 24% [53]
General hospital 19% [43]
Other (please specify)c 4% [8]
Community facility 1% [2]
Primary care 1% [2]
Years practising in cancer care 26+ years 19% [49]
16–20 years 23% [59]
11–15 years 24% [64]
21–25 years 13% [35]
6–10 years 13% [33]
0–5 years 8% [22]
  1. aOther answers included: radiographer (49%), nurse (12%), research nurses (9%), radiotherapists (6%), centre managers (5%), lay person (3%), survivorship leads (3%), advanced nurse practitioners (2%), dosimetrists (1%), occupational therapists (1%), physiotherapists (1%), radiologists (1%), and research coordinator (1%)
  2. bOther answers included: melanoma, primary cancer, all tumour sites, testicular, paediatric, and geriatric
  3. cOther answers included: private hospitals, information and support services
  4. Multiple options available to respond and will add up to over 100%