The aim of this study day is to provide a comprehensive introduction to the care of Teenagers and Young Adults (16-24years) with cancer. Every year around 2400 Teenagers and Young Adults are diagnosed with cancer in the UK. TYAs have unique needs that are not met within the traditional model of paediatric and adult healthcare. The needs of young cancer patients in this age group are different to those of both paediatric and adult patients not only in terms of disease-specific treatment, but also in the context of physical, social and educational development. Come and hear from the regions team of expert practitioners and increase your knowledge and skills in supporting young people through a cancer diagnosis.

Target Audience

Health and social care staff who support teenagers and young adults (16-24years) who have been diagnosed with cancer, or relevant professionals with an interest in this area.

Date and Duration


15 March 2023


1 Day (9am - 4pm)

NB This is a face to face event but there is an option to attend online if preferred

Content and Certification

Speakers to include:

Dr Nasim Ali- Consultant Clinical Oncologist TYA Lead Clinician

Luke Millward-Browning- Teenage and Young Adult CNS

Franchessca Sefton- Youth Support Coordinator

Dr Kate Edwards- TYA Clinical Psychologist

Louise Smith- Claire House Young Adult Palliative Care CNS

Dr Lorna Fern- Senior Research Fellow, Teenage and Young Adult Cancers UCLH


Certificate of Attendance 

Venue and Location


The Spine


The Spine
Liverpool, Merseyside L7 3FA
United Kingdom

Number of Places and Cost

Number of places:



£35  (including lunch and refreshments)

A reduced rate of £25 applies for Clatterbridge Cancer Centre staff

This event has kindly been subsidised by HEE funding 

Contact and Application

Email us about this course: 

Call us on: 0151 556 5790

Please complete the application form below and return to the Clinical Education Department:

Download application form