Join UKONS – Inspiring cancer nursing

UKONS individual membership is now FREE. As long as you are qualified to practice as a nurse in the UK and are working with people affected by cancer, you are entitled to join UKONS.

Click here to join as a new member of UKONS

Please note that all UKONS memberships will be valid until 31st March 2019. 

If you are interested in becoming a UKONS individual member, please contact .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address).(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

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UKONS members have informed the UKONS Board that they are eager to be involved in UKONS UK-wide and in their own countries, sharing practice and inspiring other nurses working in cancer care.

We have established 6 Members Interest Groups (MIGs) which are listed below:

Acute Oncology MIG
Chemotherapy MIG
Haemato-oncology MIG
Living With & Beyond Cancer MIG
Radiotherapy MIG
Research MIG

* You may join as many of these as you wish, as part of your UKONS membership.

What's in it for you?

  • Your collective voice will influence the future of cancer nursing in the UK
  • A vehicle to communicate with colleagues working in cancer care to share challenges in practice and support practice development
  • Your views and expertise will be sought and shared with peers, cancer nurse leaders and national strategic policy makers in every country of the UK
  • Educational initiatives that highlight practice innovations to meet the challenges of emergent technologies and service re-design inherent in contemporary cancer care
  • You can ensure nursing practice is informed and developed by practising nurses
  • Members have a reduced rate to UKONS events
  • Access to the UKONS website and a chance to have your say about the issues that affect cancer nurses
  • Free copies of the UKONS e-newsletter
  • Access to a large UK network of nurses working in cancer care, cancer organisations and cancer institutions
  • Receiving on a personal basis, an information update on oncology issues and UKONS related issues
  • A dynamic nursing society
  • Associated member of European Oncology Nursing Society which qualifies UKONS members for certain EONS membership benefits, including reduced rates at the European Cancer Organisation Congress