ANZCHOG is excited to be launching our new eCommunity!
The eCommunity is a digital online platform which will function as our members-only website, designed to strengthen engagement and communication of ANZCHOG’s multidisciplinary membership.
The eCommunity is built around all the various Groups and Special Interest Groups that make up the ANZCHOG community, with each having its own dedicated space for communication, resources and events.
The eCommunity will enable members to access:
- A central repository for ANZCHOG documents/policies (constitution, strategic plan, etc)
- Group-specific content (such as publications of interest, clinical care and clinical trial updates, key news/events, ANZCHOG-approved guidelines/SOPs, guidelines from international groups, local initiatives)
- Group-specific peer-to-peer communication
- Educational resources (broad and/or Group-specific), including workshops, webinars (streamed or on-demand)
- Working platform for collaborative research/activities
If you are not yet an ANZCHOG member, we welcome applications from health professionals who are working the fields of paediatric blood diseases and cancer. Download an application form and send it through to email@example.com. Your application will be considered at the next Board meeting and you’ll be advised once it has been approved. There is no joining fee.
Join now – Download ANZCHOG Application for Membership
Benefits of membership include:
- Access to our international network of healthcare professionals
- Support for the development of new investigator-initiated studies
- Access to ANZCHOG-funded research, specialised training and education opportunities
- Notification of upcoming research grants
- Opportunities to contribute to the development and conduct of research undertaken by our specialised research groups
- Newsletters and the latest sector news updates
You must be a member to receive ANZCHOG funding and support.
Our Membership Groups
- Solid Tumour Group
- Central Nervous System (CNS) Tumour Group
- Psycho-oncology Group
- Transplantation And Cellular Therapies in Children (TACTIC) (formerly Bone Marrow Transplant Group)
- Leukaemia/Lymphoma Group
- Nursing Group
- Radiation Oncology Group
- National Patient and Carer Advisory Group
- Long-Term Follow-Up/Survivorship Group
- Clinical Research Professionals Group