ccn

Linking Care,
Sharing Knowledge,
Advancing Best Practice

The patient’s experience is central to the work of the Network, with
particular emphasis placed on ensuring children receive the same quality
of care regardless of who they are or where they live in New Zealand.
NCCN Portal

Click here to access our members-only portal and gain access to Treatment Protocols and working groups.

Shared Care Agreements

Click here for restricted access to Shared Care Centre Paediatric Oncology Service Agreements.

Contact Amy Carter to see if you are eligible ACarter@adhb.govt.nz

National Guidelines

Click here for access to NCCN's 200+ national guidelines for the supportive care and management of children with cancer.

Information for Families

Click here for access to Information for Parents hosted on the kidshealth.org.nz website

Latest News:

  • Updated analysis on childhood cancer incidence and survival for the periods 2015–2019 and 2010-2019 have now been produced by the National Child Cancer Network. We are pleased to report that the overall childhood cancer survival in Aotearoa, New Zealand has continued to rise and remains......

  • After more than 35 years as a peadiatrician and paediatric oncologist Scott Macfarlane officially retired on 5 November 2021 as National Clinical Leader: Child Cancer, a post he has held for the last decade. Due to Covid-19 restrictions NCCN members were not able to meet......

  • We are excited to announce that NCCN’s new Clinical Lead is Dr Stephen Laughton, Paediatric Oncologist and Neuro-Oncologist, based at Starship Blood and Cancer Centre. Dr Laughton has been involved in paediatric oncology for over 20 years and his specific area of interest and expertise......