Information for health professionals
These pages are for people working with ovarian cancer in the UK, in terms of researching, diagnosing, treating and caring for women during the course of their disease. The pages are still in the process of being developed, and more materials and features will be added on a regular basis, in order to meet the wishes of those working in these areas.
The ethos behind them is the sharing of good practice, and easy access to useful resources. If you have any suggestions for future developments please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Target Ovarian Cancer has commissioned a range of free to access, online learning tools which help professionals meet their CPD requirements. Aimed at primary care these award winning and NICE accredited tools cover signs, symptoms and risk factors for ovarian cancer.
Visit our specialised new resource portal for gynaecological cancer Clinical Nurse Specialists. The first of its kind, the CNS Hub is an information portal with the aim of making it easier for gynae-CNSs to support women with ovarian cancer.
Our position statement on familial ovarian cancer provides policy makers, journalists and clinicians with detailed information on the challenges facing women with a family history of ovarian and/or breast cancer.
Data and intelligence on gynaecological cancers in England produced by the National Cancer Intelligence Network. It includes an ovarian cancer profile, details of current projects, and data to PCT and Network level.
Find out how this groundbreaking study will help transform the outlook for women with ovarian cancer, and how you can help.
Target Ovarian Cancer is actively working with Occupational Health and Human Resource teams to help them support women with cancer, and raise awareness of ovarian cancer symptoms. To find out how we can work together click here.