Cancer Nursing Fund
Strengthening Cancer Nurses to Improve Patient Care and Recovery
The Cancer Nursing Fund (CNF) was established on European Cancer Nursing Day 2020. The CNF is a friends of fund managed by the King Baudouin Foundation. The Fund is a unique opportunity to support the excellent work that cancer nurses do and advance the profession of cancer nursing in Europe. The CNF supports EONS’ projects ensuring that all people affected by cancer benefit from high quality of care delivered by highly educated, well-informed and competent cancer nurses across the disease continuum. Donations to the CNF are made via the EONS website or the KBF website. The Fund supports EONS’ projects in four areas: education, capacity building, research and innovation.
Your donation will help cancer nurses to:
- have more access to education to improve cancer care under the EONS Cancer Nursing Education Framework,
- sustain the development of research carried out by cancer nurses,
- enhance the capacity building of cancer nurses in Europe supporting participation in conferences, and
- support the development and dissemination of innovative methods of cancer care and cancer prevention.
At EONS, we thank you for making all this possible.
News about the CNF
The Cancer Nursing Fund – “Friends of Fund” offers an ECND23 support grant
We are pleased to announce that the Cancer Nursing Fund – “Friends of Fund” will be supporting up to, seven Early Career / Young Cancer Nurses by providing support grants of up to EUR 500 each to attend and participate in the European Cancer Nursing Day (ECND23) on Thursday 18 May 2023, in Edinburgh, Scotland.
The support grant aims to increase the integration of early career nurses / YCN into the working of the European Oncology Nursing Society (EONS) and facilitate the delivery of the EONS Strategy for the next five years.
The registered participants who meet the below description of cancer nurse will be invited to apply:
- as defined by the EONS YCN group
- Early career / Young cancer nurses with an active role in the EONS YCN group whether or not they also have the role of liaison to their National Societies
- Early career / Young cancer nurses not already participating in one of EONS Working Groups
- Applicants are requested to provide a brief personal view on
“How do you envisage the future of education innovation in cancer nursing?” (max. 200 words.
Deadline Friday 31st March, 12.00 CET noon.
Send in word format by email to firstname.lastname@example.org .
The support offered is:
Up to EUR 500 per applicant, which will be reimbursed to cover travel and subsistence costs in accordance with the EONS Travel Policy.
EONS will directly pay for accommodation expenses at a hotel for a maximum of 2 nights.
The EONS office will inform the seven registered applicants via email.
The applicant must send a completed EONS Expenses to claim form, along with individual scans of invoices/receipts (in PDF format) for flight and/or rail travel and subsistence, to email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org.
Correctly submitted travel claims will be processed within 30 days of receipt of the expense claims form.
EONS15 conference bursary
The Cancer Nursing Fund* offered a bursary scheme for 15 cancer nurses to attend EONS15 in Paris, France, from Saturday 10 -Monday 12 September 2022.
Digital launch of the Cancer Nursing Fund
The digital launch of the Cancer Nursing Fund (CNF) took place on 1 February at 11am CET. This prestigious event, entitled ‘Cancer Nursing Fund – Strengthening Cancer Nurses to Improve Patient Care and Recovery’ was organised under the high patronage of Her Royal Highness Princess Astrid, Belgium.
View the video of the launch below:
About EONS and CNF
The European Oncology Society (EONS) is an umbrella organisation providing leadership in all areas of cancer nursing, research, practice, continuing education, communications and advocacy for better recognition of cancer nursing across Europe. Our mission is to ensure that all people affected by cancer benefit from the care of highly educated, well-informed and competent cancer nurses. EONS has members in 31 countries across Europe. The core strength of EONS comes from our members. We recognise the diverse aspects of nursing across Europe and strive for equality for all cancer nurses regardless of gender, race, sexual orientation or disability. The improvement of patient safety and better clinical outcomes for cancer patients and their families is central to our work. The society firmly believes in working in partnerships across sectors and professions who share our goals and values. The Cancer Nursing Fund (CNF) was established by EONS in 2020 as an independent entity. It is part of the King Baudouin Foundation (KBF) and is overseen by a Steering Committee formed by members of EONS and KBF.
Donation by bank transfer:
IBAN: BE10 0000 000 0404
BIC: BPOTBEB1 – Banque de La Poste, Rue des colonies (P28), 1000 Bruxelles, Belgium
Ref. Nr. : 020/0860/00063 – Cancer Nursing Fund
Or, donate directly via KBF website:
For information on how to apply for these funds for your own projects or conference attendance, please contact Irena Rollo at email@example.com