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Network News 24 April 2017

Kia ora everyone,

 
It is hard to believe we have completed a year in the Network. One complete cycle done. It is always hard creating the systems and processes on the first cycle. Some things work, and some don't. We have to go back, and try again. And then there are no guarantees. As this is our last post to the website with our present committee, I would like to thank everyone that has helped us this year, Kevin, Alison, Suzanne, Adam, Olwen, Narelle, Esther, Pat, Kris and Tammy. All of yo
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AGM Formal Notice

Formal Notice of Annual General Meeting

Head and Neck Cancer Survivors’ Support Network

2nd Annual General Meeting

To be held at room 2, Domain Lodge, Grafton on Thursday 4th May 2017 commencing at 9.30 am.

If you have not yet registered you can do so here. Only registered members can vote. All those present at the first AGM are automatically members and do not need to register. REGISTRATION If you are unable to attend and vote, you are welcome to vote by proxy. A form is available here Head

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First Notice of Annual General Meeting

Head and Neck Cancer Survivors’ Support Network

2nd Annual General Meeting

To be held at room 2, Domain Lodge, Grafton on Thursday 4th May 2017 commencing at 9.30 am.

We want to encourage participation in the governance and management of the Network. There are some point to note below. We encourage you to register and vote wherever you may be.  Our international people are very welcome to be involved. 

To find out more about our current c

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Happy with your treatment experience?

Please share your thoughts on your recent treatment experience. This can be at any stage of your cancer journey, pre treatment, treatment, post treatment, and survivorship. 

You can take our survey as many times as you like, and we encourage you to have your family/whanau and carers share their thoughts as well. Click the link to share your thoughts.

https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/PatientNZ

 

 

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