Research at the Lynda Jackson Macmillan Centre

The Supportive Oncology Research Group (SORT) is responsible for a wide range of research projects.  In ongoing studies we are investigating the use of a range of complementary therapies to help with wellbeing and specific treatment related side effects.

We are currently recruiting to the eSMART study – a large multicentre international RCT looking at the use of mobile phones to remotely monitor toxicity during chemotherapy.

In collaboration with the EORTC Quality of Life Group, another focus of SORT is the development of questionnaires and measurement tools to monitor quality of life.

Members of the research team have academic links with local universities and sit on a number of prestigious national research committees.

Contact Teresa Young for more information about SORT’s ongoing research programme. 





Last updated: March 31, 2020