What do TYAC Champions do?

• Ensure colleagues who deliver teenage and young adult cancer care know who their local TYAC Champion is;
• Promote TYAC's website and information resources;
• Encourage the display of TYAC material and resources within Principal Treatment Centres, Designated Hospitals, and any other relevant local settings;
• Actively raise awareness of TYAC conferences and encourage professionals to attend;
• Celebrate local successes;
• Tell us about examples of good practice and local initiatives so that we can recognize your contribution and share it with other.

What are the benefits of becoming a TYAC champion?

• Help TYAC support professionals to work together to achieve the best care for young people with cancer;
• Raise awareness of the need for age-appropriate treatment and support for young people with cancer;
• Help to support communication between TYAC members to create a vibrant, up-to-date, information-rich community;
• Help TYAC to support new and existing colleagues by disseminating and sharing good practice;
• Make new contacts and grow professional networks;
• Gain experience and develop your CV.

Interested in becoming a TYAC Champion? We'd love to hear from you.

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