As a TYAC member, you will have the opportunity to enjoy a wide range of benefits, including:

  • Priority booking and preferential rates for TYAC conferences and training events
  • Belonging to a national association of professionals involved in the care of young people with cancer
  • TYAC Insight, our regular e-bulletin keeping members up to date with the latest developments, news, events and jobs in teenage and young adult cancer care
  • Access to peer support and links to fellow professionals, including via TYAC's closed LinkedIn discussion group, where you can make contact with other members to share experience and knowledge
  • Professional and personal development opportunities to enhance your own knowledge, competency, and skills
  • Opportunities to disseminate your best practice, innovation, and excellence
  • Access to current research ideas and findings
  • Opportunities to collaborate on new information and guidelines
  • Access to a wide range of information and services via TYAC's website
  • Opportunities to get involved with TYAC by volunteering as a Champion or by joining one of our professional interest groups
  • Opportunities to help ensure the continued development of teenage and young adult cancer services.

Proud to be a TYAC member

In recognition of teenage and young adult cancer care and support as a distinct specialism, all TYAC members will be able to use the post-nominal letters 'MTYAC'.

We encourage all our members to use this designation to show their pride in being a member of TYAC and their support of TYA cancer care as a specialist field.

Tax relief

TYAC is recognized by the HMRC via its register of Approved Professional Organizations and Learned Societies. So, if you pay your own subscription, you should be able to claim back 20% to 40% of the cost through tax relief. Just check out the relevant information on the HMRC website once you’ve joined.

Who can be a TYAC member?

Full members are professionals, of any discipline, working in the area of teenagers and young adults with cancer whose role is predominantly based in the UK or the Republic of Ireland.

International membership is open to professionals, of any discipline, whose work with teenagers and young adults with cancer is outside the UK or Republic of Ireland. International members will not have voting rights at general meetings.

Membership categories

Category

Annual Fee

Consultants

£50

Other medical

£30 (Free within 1 year of qualifying)

Non-medical or Allied Health Professional

£30 (Free within 1 year of qualifying)

Full-time student

Free

Retired/not in employment

£12

Overseas

£30

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