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Become a professional member of CCLG

Do you work within paediatric and TYA oncology? If so, join as a professional member today and help us to beat childhood cancer.

Becoming a member reflects your dedication and commitment to work together with other professionals to help save more children's lives. Our members offer advice to the Government and NHS England as well as providing feedback to bodies like NICE.

You will have the opportunity to keep up to date with the highest standards of care and treatment, influence best practice, contribute to national strategy and policy and progress your own career specialisms within our network group structure. 

You will enjoy the benefits of networking and shared discussion, gain from the support and experience of other members and be supported in your professional development. 

Together, our collective CCLG membership has a powerful voice in developing and improving standards of treatment and care for all children and young people with cancer. 

Without the CCLG, I don't think I could do my job as well as I do. Being a member enables us to give the best care we can for our patients and their families

Dr Nicky Thorp, Consultant Clinical Oncologist, Clatterbridge Cancer Centre

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Membership benefits

  • Gain expertise across a wide range of areas
  • Advocate on behalf of children with cancer, and their families
  • Contribute to the award-winning range of information booklets
  • Benefit children and young people diagnosed with cancer in the UK and Ireland through development of the highest standards of care
  • Influence best practice, either within your own discipline, or collectively
  • Contribute to strategy by membership of CCLG Committees, including special interest groups
  • Promote the discipline of paediatric oncology
  • Enjoy the benefits of networking and shared discussion, for example about difficult cases, through CCLG meetings and website
  • Gain from the support and experience of other members
  • Be supported in your professional development
  • Enjoy regular updates and personalised alerts on your areas of interest
  • Gain expertise across a wide range of areas
  • Advocate on behalf of children with cancer, and their families
  • Contribute to the award-winning range of information booklets
  • Benefit children and young people diagnosed with cancer in the UK and Ireland through development of the highest standards of care
  • Influence best practice, either within your own discipline, or collectively
  • Contribute to strategy by membership of CCLG Committees, including special interest groups

Find out more about our membership categories and benefits 

Apply to join CCLG today