The IANO currently communicates with its members in five ways; Emails, Quarterly Newsletter, Website, Face Book and at our Annual conference. Our communication pathway has been created to ensure consistency and inclusiveness among members. The aim is to better inform our members of the latest developments in oncology and in doing so contribute to the professional development of the organisation.
Each SIG and network has a communication representative who forward relevant information to the secretariat. There is also a representative from academia and paediatrics. The secretariat will then forward the updates on to the co-ordinators of the website, Facebook page and newsletter.
If you would like to share some information with the members of the IANO, contact your local communication representative.
Named Reps for communication pathway:
West – Catriona Duggan firstname.lastname@example.org
North West – Please contact email@example.com
Cork – Catriona O’Mahony firstname.lastname@example.org
Limerick – Emma McNamara email@example.com
South East – Michelle Hannan firstname.lastname@example.org
Paediatrics – Olivia Quigley email@example.com
Academia – Patricia Hunt firstname.lastname@example.org
Breast – Niamh Byrne email@example.com
Lung – Rosie Murphy firstname.lastname@example.org
Research – Maureen O’Grady email@example.com
Gynae – Sheilah Broderick firstname.lastname@example.org
Colorectal – Emma McNamara email@example.com
YCN – Helena McCallig firstname.lastname@example.org