About the Patient Forum
Who are we?
We are a voluntary group of people who have been affected by cancer. Our aim is to enable the views and experiences of cancer patients, family and friends to be heard and used to improve the quality of cancer care in North Wales. Read More...
What do we do?
We work in partnership with health and social care professionals, providing a ‘user’ point of view to those making decisions about our local and national cancer services. We have the full support of the North Wales Cancer Network which recognises the importance of listening to the views of service users. Read more...
What can we offer you?
We offer a wide range of opportunities for you to get involved in improving cancer services at a local and national level. Whilst we are not a support group, most members find that working together as part of the Forum can be a very positive experience. Read more...
Becoming a member
We welcome new members! Membership is open to anybody who has been affected by cancer. No formal qualifications are needed, nor do you need to have any previous experience of involvement with the NHS. You do not need to be familiar with medical terminology! We are interested in your experience as a ‘service user’. Read more...
For more information…..
If you would like more information or would like to speak to someone about our Forum, please get in touch...
Macmillan User Involvement Facilitator
North Wales Cancer Treatment Centre