The RCN works closely with Teenage Cancer Trust in those aspects of its work that relate to the profession and the practice of nursing. The two organizations worked collaboratively on the Teenage Cancer Trust Cancer Nurse Competence and Career Framework.
The UK Oncology Nursing Society represents nurses working in cancer care throughout the four countries of the United Kingdom. The mission of UKONS is to promote excellence in the nursing management and care of all those directly and indirectly affected by cancer. UKONS aims to encourage and facilitate the personal and professional development of nurses by supporting them in education, research and practice. The Teenage Cancer Trust and UKONS have a close collaborative relationship and have many areas of mutual interest in cancer policy, clinical practice and service delivery.
ENCCA are a network of committed researchers, clinicians and allied health professionals, from across Europe, including Teenage Cancer Trust health professionals, who are working towards delivering improvements in the quality and quantity of research and innovation in Teenage and Young Adult (TYA) cancer throughout the EU.
The Managed Service Network for Children & Young People with cancer, aims to attain the best possible outcomes for children, teenagers, and young adults with a diagnosis of cancer in Scotland. The network will ensure that service delivery and pathways of care are consistent across Scotland, with a focus on delivering safe services as locally as possible. Their website, presents information and links to relevant organisations for patients aged 0 - 25 years, family members and carers
Teenage Cancer Trust is a member of the Association for Young People’s Health. AYPH works to improve understanding of young people’s health needs and they link with Teenage Cancer Trust to share good practice and support improvements in service delivery.
After over a decade working with Teenage Cancer Trust in the UK, the Roger Daltrey and Pete Townshend of The Who decided to take their passion across the pond and make a difference in the lives of teens and young adults with cancer in the United States.
- European Oncology Nursing Society (EONS)
EONS is the leading cancer nursing organisation in Europe and is very pleased to work with Teenage Cancer Trust to raise awareness, promote education and improve the care of young people with cancer wherever they receive care across Europe.
- International Association Adolescent Health (IAAH)
- NHS England
- Department of Health
- Florence Nightingale
- National Cancer Intelligence Network
- Nurse First
- Manchester Academy Science (at the Christie)