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Membership is open to professionals working in the field of paediatric haematology and/or oncology.

Please complete the application form and submit it to the ANZCHOG office at membership@anzchog.org. There is no fee for membership.

Your application will be considered at the next Executive Council meeting and you will be advised once it has been approved. 

Key benefits for ANZCHOG Members:

  • Access to a national and international network of healthcare professionals dedicated to improving outcomes for children with cancer
  • Opportunities to contribute to the development and conduct of research undertaken by specialised ANZCHOG research groups such as psycho-oncology, long term follow up, BMT and nurses
  • Support for the development of new investigator-initiated studies (Cancer Australia's Quality of Life office and CREST health economics, Scientific Advisory Committee and ANZCHOG Office)
  • Notification of upcoming national and international research grants (ANZCHOG office will provide assistance in identifying funding for specific projects)

  • Access to ANZCHOG-funded research and training opportunities e.g. Conference/ASM travel, workshops/courses (ACORD workshop, Melb Uni Specialist Certificate in Clinical Trials), ARCS GCP online-training
  • Access to specialised training and education opportunities; (QoL and health economics, COSA workshops)


  • Newsletters and latest sector news updates.
Click here to download a membership application form

Our Membership Groups

ANZCHOG has eight special interest membership groups, with another two currently under establishment.

  • Solid Tumour Sub-Group

    Coming soon...

  • CNS Tumour Sub-Group

    The CNS Sub-Group has been established to provide a national approach to achieving high quality care and treatment for children with CNS tumours

  • Psycho-oncology Sub-Group

    The Psycho-Oncology Sub-Group has been established to promote research into the provision of optimal supportive care for children and young people with cancer & haematological conditions, and their families.

  • Bone Marrow Transplant (BMT) Sub-Group

    The BMT Sub-Group has been established to promote and achieve high quality treatment and care of children and young people treated with bone marrow transplants.

  • Leukaemia / Lymphoma Sub-Group

    The Leukaemia/Lymphoma Sub-group has been established to promote and achieve high quality treatment and care of children and young people with leukaemia and lymphoma.

  • Nurses Sub-Group

    The Nurses Sub-Group has been established to promote and achieve a standard for the nursing care of children and young people with cancer & haematological conditions.

  • Radiation Oncology Sub-Group

    The Radiation Oncology Sub-Group has been established to promote and achieve optimal standards of care in radiation oncology for children and young people with cancer & haematological conditions.

  • National Patient and Carer Advisory Sub-Group

    The National Patient and Carer Advisory Sub-Group has been established to provide advice to ANZCHOG on its activities and directions to ensure optimal care and treatment is given to all children and young people with cancer and heamatological conditions.

  • Long Term Follow Up Sub-Group

    The Long Term Follow Up Sub-Group is a multidisciplinary group, established to develop collaborative research and networks to promote high quality standards of long term care to children and young people with cancer & haematological conditions.

  • Clinical Research Associate Sub-Group

    The CRA Sub-Group has been established to promote and achieve a standard of excellence in the clinical trial management of children and young people with cancer & haematological conditions.

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To be eligible for membership of ANZCHOG, you must be working in the field of paediatric haematology and/or oncology.

Please complete the application form and submit it to the ANZCHOG office at membership@anzchog.org.

Your application will be considered at the next Executive Council meeting and you will be advised once it has been approved. There is no fee for membership.

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