If you or someone close to you has cancer, or has had cancer in the past, you may want to get involved with the Cancer Patient Family Network (CPFN). The CPFN is a program of Nova Scotia Cancer Care Program (NSCCP) that connects cancer patients, survivors, family members, and friends with opportunities to improve the cancer system. As a member of the CPFN you will have opportunities to participate in focus groups and committees, complete surveys, and review patient education resources.
Become a member
NSCCP does not share CPFN members' contact information with other organizations without your consent. You are free to accept or refuse our invitation to join the CPFN.
Your decision to join or not join will not harm your relationship with your physician or any health care provider. If you join the CPFN, participation in system improvement work is voluntary. The Coordinator Engagement, Diversity and Vulnerable Populations will contact you to see how you would like to get involved.
To learn more about the Cancer Patient Family Network, you can read the Frequently Asked Questions, or contact:
Coordinator Engagement, Diversity and Vulnerable Populations