06 March 2017
A variety of guidelines in managing laryngeal carcinomas have been developed in different parts of the world, tailored to the population and facilities present in those respective countries. A comprehensive national database for head and neck cancers comprising among others laryngeal cancers is currently being developed, spearheaded by our Ministry of Health. We hope this preliminary survey will be a stepping stone to future better surveys and research in our pledge to improve patients’ healthcare. Through these studies and our future national database collection, we hope to develop our own national guideline appropriate for our Malaysian setting and further improve the nationwide management of laryngeal cancer patients.
The main aim of this national survey is to obtain a general overview of the current practice among ORL surgeons in treating laryngeal cancer patients.
This survey seeks to identify:
1. Hospitals and surgeons in Malaysia that are actively managing patients with laryngeal cancer.
2. The common stage of laryngeal cancer presentation either early or advanced stage in Malaysia
3. The preferred choice of laryngeal surgeries or treatments in Malaysia
4. The preferred choice of voice rehabilitation in Malaysia for laryngectomees
There are only 18 questions to be answered in the questionnaire. Upon completion please email your answers to the email address below:
Deadline: 15 April 2017
Thank you very much for your attention and participation.
Please download the questionnaire below...