How to participate
We know that this is an especially worrying time for people with cancer and their family and friends, so we have created separate information about coronavirus and cancer. It is written in the first person for patients, but the information will be useful for Health Professionals as well. We will update that information as guidance changes.
We have a limited number of free workshops available (funded by us).
If your group is eligible for a funded workshop you can apply here, or if you’re not eligible for funding you can book a workshop at a cost.
You can take part in Talk Cancer training as an individual, for free.
Simply register your interest and when we're next delivering a workshop booked by a group in your area, we'll get in touch to offer you a place.
Our online course Talking About Cancer: Reducing Risk, Early Detection and Mythbusting is hosted by FutureLearn, the online learning platform. You can enrol and start learning any time - it's open all year round.
We’re now on twitter.
Join the conversation and follow @TalkCancer_CRUK for news, updates and opinion.