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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!

Latest Tweets

Two heads are better than one: working with a co-reviewer https://t.co/hr0MqxMMda

Living with and beyond cancer: 29th April, Manchester , A meeting for patient-centred LWBC research and transformation of services by @NCRI_partners and NHSE . Register here: https://t.co/Cz8iXV0OV5

Co-building a patient-oriented research curriculum in Canada. New open access paper in BMC Research Involvement and Engagement https://t.co/4A4N9ihWM7 (not sure I like the word 'co-building')

Don't forget the abstract deadline is 14th March for the annual UK Patient Reported Outcome Measures (PROMS) research conference https://t.co/623gJTMKBW

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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

Free access to Psycho-Oncology for members via this site

Psycho-Oncology (published by Wiley) is the affiliated journal for BPOS and IPOS. Previously BPOS members were able to select if they wanted journal access and paid an additional fee (at a reduced rate) that we passed on to Wiley. BPOS has recently signed a 3 year contract with Wiley which entails the Society paying a yearly fee entitling all BPOS members to free electronic access to Psycho-Oncology.

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Executive committee vacancy

Palliative care representative, 3 year position

We are looking for a palliative care representative to join our executive committee. The executive committee oversees the running of the society and is made up of representatives from clinical, nursing, psychiatry, psychology and academic backgrounds as well as postgraduate students and patient representatives.

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