EVENTS

Click here to see the Events Calendar for listings of all our current events!

UKONS webinar: ‘Managing Chronic Pain’

24 February 2023  13:00-14:30

UKONS Living With and Beyond Cancer Free Educational Event 2023

‘Managing Chronic Pain’

Friday 24th February 2023, 13.00-14.30

Zoom Webinar

Aim:

This webinar aims to give delegates an overview regarding the nature and complexity of late effects cancer-related pain with practical insights into how we can support those impacted by cancer-related pain through holistic assessment and management techniques. The webinar will be a mixture of short presentations and complex case discussions so that delegates can interact with the panel and ask questions.

The Royal Marsden School and Conference Centre

  The list of upcoming conferences and study days in 2022 includes:

The RMH are accepting applications for modules commencing this Autumn/Winter! 

Guy's Cancer Academy Modules

Providing high-quality cancer education for healthcare professionals, patients, and carers.

Guy's Cancer Academy website

The Christie School of Oncology Education Events

Use the following link to view our full programme and use promocode UKONS10 for 10% off bookings at checkout

NHS ConfedExpo 2023

Wednesday 14 June to Thursday 15 June, Manchester

Save the date and register your interest as NHS Confederation and NHS England bring together health and care leaders and their teams at one of the biggest and most significant health and care conferences.

NHS London Leadership academy

7th December – 12.30pm – 2.30pm, 5th January 2023 – 1pm – 3pm

Embedding Psychological Safety

Sage and Thyme workshops

Dates from January - November 2023

A communication skills workshop about listening to people who are worried. It teaches clinical and non-clinical staff at all levels, evidence-based communication skills to provide person-centred support to someone with emotional concerns using the SAGE & THYME structure.

Guy’s and St Thomas’ virtual Cancer Genetics Course

May and July 2023

Six half day sessions between May and July 2023.

The course will equip delegates with the basics of cancer genetic counselling, approaches to genetic testing, management of hereditary cancers and consent taking

UK oncology Roadshow 2023

Tuesday 7th March- Thursday 16th March

A national initiative aimed at Precision Cancer Medicine: Progress, Limitations & Opportunities

Nursing Conference Team - NHS England: Motivational tool for research nurses

19 January 2023  9:30 – 15:00.

Nursing Conference Team - NHS England: Motivational tool for research nurses 

We are holding a one-day in person workshop for research nurses in the NHS.

Understanding Cancer: Patient and Professional Perspectives – A Post Graduate Course at University of Cardiff

This module aims to enhance your ability to provide cancer care that is developed with and focused on the needs of the Person Affected by Cancer (PABC) within your own specific professional field and clinical environment.

FREE Lynch syndrome education opportunity

Wednesday 30 November 2022, 12-1pm Monday 19 December 2022, 12-1pm

These national workshops, delivered as part of the NHS National Lynch syndrome transformation project, are open to colorectal cancer nurses from across the UK. 

 

Supporting young adults with cancer

Dec 7th 2022, Feb 22nd 2023, April 26th 2023  12.30-2.30pm

‘Shine Cancer Support’ provide support for people in their 20s, 30s and 40s who are living with cancer. 

 

UKONS Annual Conference 2022

11th - 12th November 2022

MSc in Advanced practice in Cancer Care: University of Liverpool

  Programme start: January and September 2023

This programme is designed in partnership with clinical experts at the forefront of oncology and cancer care.

UKONS Annual Conference 2023

17th - 18th November 2023

Blood Cancer UK- Introduction to Haemato-Oncology Nursing

This free RCN accredited training module is ideal for any ward nurses and new starters on the haematology ward. Over the 10 chapters in this course, you will build on basic haemato-oncological concepts to support a foundation of nursing practice for caring for blood cancer patients.

Post graduate Cancer Course, University of Cardiff

This module aims to enhance your ability to provide cancer care that is developed with and focused on the needs of the person affected by cancer within your own specific professional field and clinical environment.