Cancer Community of Practice Webinar


12:00 pm - 1:00 pm


The London regional cancer community of practice – focused on nurses and AHPs in primary care and community and cross boundary working with specialist cancer colleagues.

Their webinars are open to anyone nationally with an interest in cancer .

This webinar in the Cancer Community of Practice series will cover cancer genomics in primary care. The Cancer Community of Practice is a collaboration with NHSE (WTE) and Central London Community Health Academy.

This session will cover both why this topic is important and aim to demystify the subject for primary care clinicians the session is especially aimed at general practice nurses, advanced nurses and clinical practitioners, AHPs in primary care, and GPs. Although we are a London based COP we welcome delegates nationally to our webinars. This is intended to be an interactive session with time for questions and discussion


Dr Angela George (Medical Co-Director North Thames Genomic Medicine Service Alliance – GMSA)•    Cancer Genomics – why is it relevant and what do we need to know in the primary care context?

Tracey Cole (Cancer Genomics Project E&T lead, NTGMSA and Lead Lung Cancer CNS)•    Genomics and Lung Cancer – how is genomics relevant to our clinical practice?

Members of the Oncogenic Driven Lung Cancer (ODLC) Patient Alliance – Angela Terry (EGFR+ve UK Patient Advocacy Group chair), Debra Montague (ALK+ve UK Patient Advocacy Group chair), Dr Gini Harrison (EGFR+ve UK Research Lead).

  • “See through the symptoms campaign”
  • Lung Cancer in Never Smokers (LCINS) ‘the patient story’
  • What does primary care need to know about LCINS?
  • How can hospitals and primary care work together better to improve our experience?

Webinar Online 8th Feb 2024 12.00-13.00 Book here