Chemotherapy and Radiotherapy MIGs             (Members’ Interest Groups)

 

 

UKONS SACT MIG

 

The aim of the UKONS SACT MIG is to enable chemotherapy nurses to influence clinical care, practice and the future direction of services at a national level.

  • It was founded in 2007
  • Is a forum for clinical debate and questioning colleagues
  • Offers membership-led work streams
  • Holds regular meetings to bring the work streams together
  • Organises educational events throughout the year and the UK

UKONS would like to make it SACT MIG members aware that there is an e-learning accredited chemotherapy course available from Newcastle University. Further information can be HERE.

 

To ask a question to the SACT MIG, please contact us by emailing .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)  

 

UKONS Radiotherapy MIG

 

UKONS is committed to developing a MIG specialising in radiotherapy nursing. This is currently in planning and it is expected that details of the MIG will be posted shortly. If you would like to be involved in the UKONS Radiotherapy MIG or would like further information once it becomes available please register your interest by contacting UKONS at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

The aim of the UKONS Radiotherapy MIG is to:

  • Raise awareness of the key role that radiotherapy nurses can play in supporting patients and families through radiotherapy/ chemo-radiotherapy
  • Discuss issues related to developing and championing the role of radiotherapy nursing and to take it forward on the cancer agenda
  • Participate in exploring and benchmarking current radiotherapy nursing services as a framework for shaping and developing supportive care and services
  • Identify and share best practice for the assessment and management of radiotherapy induced side effects through supportive care frameworks and guidelines
  • Collaborate with allied health professionals and influential organisations to inform policies, practice and education
  • Explore and debate the potential for nurses to take a leading role in clinical research that addresses the best supportive care and treatment of radiotherapy side effects

 

 

To join the Chemotherapy and Radiotherapy MIG, please click HERE and complete the online form.

 

​Thankyou for your interest