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Useful information for GCNSs and Gynae-Oncologists

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There are several great resources out there to offer guidance and support to you as a GCNS or Gynae-Oncologist.


The National Forum of Gynaecological Oncology Nurses (NFGON)

NFGON is an organisation that is available to all nurses and health professionals with any level of interest or expertise in gynaecological oncology. It aims to share best practice, disseminate research, raise awareness of the political influences on the sector, aid networking, and influence national-level politics and guidelines.

They offer their members resources such as:

Please visit the registration page to find out more about becoming a member of NFGON.

The UK Oncology Nursing Society (UKONS)

UKONS is an organisation for all nurses working in the area of oncology. It aims to inspire cancer nursing in the UK by allowing people to come together to share, learn and influence, as well as link with our colleagues in other countries to work collaboratively.

UKONS individual membership is free as long as you are qualified to practice as a nurse in the UK and are working with people affected by cancer.

They offer their members:

Please visit their registration page for further information on becoming a member of UKONS.

NHS and Macmillan

In 2010 the NHS and Macmillan produced a document outlining the contribution that CNSs make to cancer care and management:


The British Gynaecological Cancer Society (BGCS)

BGCS is a society of professionals dedicated to improving the care provided to patients with gynaecological cancers. The society is for anyone working in all fields connected to the treatment and management of gynaecological cancers.

They provide a number of useful services to their members such as:

Please visit the website to find out more about becoming a member of BGCS.

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Date last updated: 
31 Aug 2016
Date due for review: 
31 Aug 2018

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