To help assess impact of the pandemic on long-term cancer risks, WG3 of the CCGMC is considering the extent of cancer-relevant risk behaviour changes during the COVID-19 pandemic, e.g. changes in tobacco smoking, alcohol consumption, bodyweight, or physical inactivity.
Many of the large-scale, representative surveys of tobacco smoking and other cancer risk factors are undertaken by national or local government or health organisations and are not captured by the academic literature. To support planning of future collaborative evidence reviews and analyses, we are seeking information on surveys in different countries and jurisdictions.
The information that you provide in this form will contribute to an initial high-level overview of existing, ongoing or planned surveys which could provide data on risk behaviour changes during the COVID-19 pandemic.
We are interested in surveys specifically soliciting information on behaviour changes during the pandemic as well as regularly on-going surveys with information on behaviour before and during the pandemic and relevant data from longitudinal studies.
Filling in this form will take approximately 5 minutes. Any identifying information and your responses will be kept confidential and will not be shared to a third party. The information from this form will be strictly used for scholarly purposes within the aim explained above.
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