Many of our members are involved in advocacy work at the regional level. Below are some of their activities
PASIC uses every opportunity to represent its families
on various working parties for the planning and development of future children’s cancer services. We
aim to be a voice for our parents and their children.
As well as working with our partners at Queen’s Medical Centre, we are involved in the Greater Nottingham Cancer Forum, East Midlands Children and Young People’s Improving Outcomes Guidance Committee, the Healthcare Commission and Nottingham Bereavement Forum. Bea Brunton and Julie Dixon are our PASIC representatives to CCPA.