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The Cancer Academy was launched in late 2016 as a key part of the UCLH Cancer Strategy. The Academy responds to the need for improving patient experience and provides programmes for people affected by cancer. It also responds to an opportunity to support staff in realising their full potential.

The Cancer Academy works closely with the The University College Hospital (UCH) Education Centre, the UK’s most advanced medical and clinical training facility. The Education Centre’s premium facilities provide opportunities for healthcare professionals at every level to learn, enhance and optimise their clinical skills and medical knowledge through experimental learning.

The Cancer Academy comprises four schools which have been established with direction from staff and patients. Our philosophy is to empower people through personal development and opportunity. We achieve this by adopting a combination of approaches across the four schools including quality improvement, coaching and providing access to internationally regarded subject matter experts. These are made possible by our collaboration with the UCLH Institute and UCL, our world leading multi-faculty university partner.

CPD Courses and Workshops Available

  • Cardio-oncology in practice

    Event | UCLH Cancer Academy

    UCLH Cancer Academy

    This innovative study day will provide delegates with an up-to-date review of the emerging field of cardio-oncology; focussing on the practical management of cardiac and vascular diseases in patients with cancer and cancer survivors. The interactive; practice-based format will include case presentations; short teaching sessions and panel discussions covering commonly encountered issues in clinical practice. Sessions will cover pre-treatment (chemotherapy and radiotherapy) assessment; issues that arise during treatment; chronic problems; and late effects.

  • Cardio-oncology in practice

    Event | UCLH Cancer Academy

    UCLH Cancer Academy

    This innovative study day will provide delegates with an up-to-date review of the emerging field of cardio-oncology; focussing on the practical management of cardiac and vascular diseases in patients with cancer and cancer survivors. The interactive; practice-based format will include case presentations; short teaching sessions and panel discussions covering commonly encountered issues in clinical practice. Sessions will cover pre-treatment (chemotherapy and radiotherapy) assessment; issues that arise during treatment; chronic problems; and late effects.

  • Fertility and Reproductive Medicine

    Seminar | UCLH Cancer Academy

    UCLH Cancer Academy

    The UCLH Reproductive Medicine Unit GP study day is a special event designed to provide a comprehensive update on fertility and reproductive medicine. The study day will be divided into two parts with the morning dedicated to investigating and referring the infertile couple; treatment pathways for NHS funded treatments; treatment options for same-sex and single patients; social egg freezing and reproductive ageing. The afternoon session will be focused on reproductive health with specialist talks on menopause; HRT; fibroids and PCOS. Combining presentations and interactive sessions; this CPD accredited study day will equip the GPs with up to date information to help their patients have a seamless journey.