Sydney Cancer Partners Membership
Membership is open to clinicians, researchers, students and allied health professionals whose primary area of interest is cancer treatment, research or education who work or study at Sydney Health Partners institutions. This includes The University of Sydney; Western Sydney, Sydney and Northern Sydney Local Health Districts; the Sydney Children’s Hospitals Network (at Westmead); and 11 partner MRIs.
Members typically belong to a Sydney Health Partners Institution, but individual membership applications may also be considered.
Members of Sydney Cancer Partners are expected to support the goals and objectives of the program. To allow SCP to fulfil its reporting requirements, information on educational or research activity and outcomes may be requested from members.
- Eligibility to apply for funding schemes offered by SCP, including Fellowships; PhD stipend & supplementary scholarships; pilot, seed & infrastructure funding; and conference support.
- Access to the members only content on the SCP website.
- Access to educational and mentoring activities.
- Access to joint educational activities hosted in partnership with the other NSW-based Translation Centres – Maridulu Budyari Gumal (SPHERE) and NSW Regional Health Partners.
- Access to collaborative links and networking opportunities.
- Update your member profile regularly: Keep your personal and professional details up-to-date; this includes your contact details, as well as your research interests and projects. For more on how your information will be used, see our Privacy and Use of Information statement. We will periodically send you a reminder to browse your SCP online profile and make sure your details are current on an annual basis.
- Share information and collaborate with other SCP members.
- Become involved in specific SCP activities or projects such as review committees and working groups
- Contribute to SCP program monitoring and reporting. From time-to-time we will ask members to provide us with information required for monitoring and reporting of our program in order to fulfil our funder reporting requirements
- Membership is open to cancer researchers, including postgraduate students, people working in the delivery of cancer services, and people who are responsible for the care of patients with cancer.
- Members must be employed in or enrolled at SCP member institutions, or hold a formal affiliation with a member institution.
- All members are expected to work actively towards the goals of Sydney Cancer Partners and fulfilling their membership obligations.