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British Psychosocial Oncology Society

BPOS:  Promoting the advancement of education, clinical practice, and research in psychosocial oncology

A member of the IPOS International Federation of National Psychosocial Oncology Societies

The British Psychosocial Oncology Society (BPOS), founded in 1983, aims to advance and promote knowledge of psychosocial oncology. We welcome members from across the disciplines, who have an interest in education and research in psychosocial oncology. Our members work not only with people who have been diagnosed with cancer but also their families, friends and the professionals who care for them through all stages of the care pathway.  We warmly welcome you to our site and hope you will join us on our journey!

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This is interesting: "Co-creation of patient engagement quality guidance for medicines development: an international multistakeholder initiative"
@NIHRINVOLVE were involved and they used co-pro guidance and national standards. https://t.co/ESKvLZYdBO

Do inundate stream 5, but I'm biased of course. And in case you need a cheat sheet https://t.co/7o2qrGqY0B https://t.co/um9rhEmwRZ

And on the subject of high quality #LivingWithandBeyondCancer research, did you know that 62% of studies developed through @NCRI_partners CSGs have been successfully funded? Hear from Prof @Samhja on what CSGs can do for your research proposal https://t.co/pPl4y9X65g https://t.co/9QR2N9Ivj4

Try this paper too Shilling et al. 2006 the misclassification of chemo- fog. Breast cancer research and treatment vol 95(2) 125-129 https://t.co/Geb7lTy577

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New info in the members’ area

Following our recent AGM we have uploaded the minutes into the members’ area and also updated members’ interests. Do take a look!

3 new IPOS webinars

IPOS has 3 new webinars that are open to members and non-members, with current members having access for free.

  1. NEW! Children of parents with cancer
  2. NEW! Advanced parental cancer
  3. NEW! Resilience