Summary of Workshop, 25th March 2011
The Northern Ireland Cancer Network is a partnership of HSCNI organisations, academic, charity, cancer specialists and service users working in collaboration to deliver safe and effective care, improve cancer clinical outcomes and enhance patients and carers experience and quality of life.
Who are we & what do we do?
The Northern Ireland Cancer Network was formed in 2004 as Northern Ireland’s first Regional Clinical Network and links together the organisations that provide care for people with cancer across the 5 Health & Social care trusts in Northern Ireland. The Network is part of the Health and Social Care Board.
We do not actively deliver patient care, but work closely with service users, health professionals and managers to improve cancer services and to implement national and local NHS strategies.
Find out more about the Northern Ireland Cancer Network and its role in service provision in Northern Ireland.
Get more information on the different types of cancer, the symptoms and treatments from NHS Choices.
Survivorship - online services directory for people living with and beyond cancer.
Northern Ireland Cancer Network is an organisation of the Health and Social Care Network for Northern Ireland