We work in partnership with healthcare professionals to help ensure people affected by liver cancer and liver disease get the best treatment and care.
Resources for you
Whether you are a GP or nurse in a practice, working in secondary care or a health and wellbeing professional in the workplace, we can provide you with resources and information to support your work to care for those affected, and at risk of, liver cancer.
Resources for patients diagnosed with liver cancer
Give patients the knowledge they need to make informed decisions by sharing our information. It’s easy to understand, reviewed by clinical experts and covers all aspects of a patient’s journey.
The full range of leaflets can be downloaded for free here or your patient can order a free hard copy by calling 01425 481320.
At the British Liver Trust, raising awareness of the preventable causes of liver disease, which can lead to liver cancer, is a huge part of our work.
90% of liver disease can be avoided and our lifestyle choices such as diet, exercise and how often we drink can all affect our liver health.
The British Liver Trust has developed a range of materials covering the risk factors for liver disease and the signs and symptoms of liver disease. They are free to order and include posters and leaflets for display in GP surgeries.
Order your Love Your Liver resources here.
The British Liver Trust Clinical Advisory Group
Our Clinical Advisory Group provides clinical expertise, direction, subject knowledge and insight to all of our work. We work in close partnership with healthcare professionals across a host of projects and activities every year. To ensure that our work is clinically robust and evidence-based, our Clinical Advisory Group are consulted on a regular basis.
Find out more here.
Research and Clinical Trials
Research for liver cancer is poorly funded compared to other conditions. We partner with key organisations including funders and research bodies to influence how they and others invest in research.
We are keen to see research in the following areas:
- improve or find new methods for the prevention, early detection and screening for all types of liver disease
- improve or find new treatments for liver disease to benefit patients
- identify and address areas of unmet medical and research needs in liver disease
- advance fundamental knowledge within hepatology
Find out more about the areas of research we are involved in here: Research and Clinical Trials – British Liver Trust