The Northern Ireland Cancer Network is a regional clinical network that links together the organisations that provide care for people with cancer across the five Health and Social Care Trust areas.
NICaN is a partnership of the Health and Social Care (HSC) organisations, academics, charities, cancer specialists and service users, working in collaboration to deliver safe and effective care, improve cancer clinical outcomes and to enhance patients and carers experience and quality of life.
NICaN does not deliver patient care, however, it works closely with service users, health professionals and managers to improve cancer services and to implement national NHS and local HSC strategies.
Visit the NICaN website: https://nican.hscni.net/
Network Manager: Naomi McCay
Northern Ireland Cancer Network,
Health and Social Care Board
12-22 Linenhall Street
Belfast BT2 8BS
T: 028 9536 3305
As a result of improvements in cancer care treatment more people are surviving cancer, and some may be living with long term side effects or late effects of their treatment. This has led to a greater focus on the needs of cancer survivors.
The Cancer Survivorship website aims to support people living with and beyond cancer, to enjoy life, and to support and empower them to remain well.
The website provides a searchable list of services available in your local area for example:
Visit the Cancer Survivorship website: https://nican.hscni.net/livingwithandbeyondcancer/