What is Cancer Research UK relationship with stakeholders? In Cancer Research UK, volunteer are the most influential stakeholder as they are provide their help and time free of cost. Cancer research UK might can’t operate without the help of the service of the Volunteer’s. So because of the given reason, they are very much influential in cancer Research UK.
Who are the stakeholders for cancer research? Stakeholders are individuals without formal science or oncology training who have a strong interest in cancer research.
How do you communicate with stakeholders?
- Identify key stakeholders and plan communications.
- Email and e-newsletters.
- Communication automation.
- Project Summary Reports.
- Group video call or ‘screen to screen’ meetings.
- Leverage informal stakeholder communications.
How does Cancer Research UK communicate with the government? We’re keen to work with Councillors and officers and provide them with the tools they need to keep cancer on the agenda. We can support with: Briefings, speaking notes and policy advice. Local visits to our shops, research centres or Cancer Awareness Roadshow.