About the Register of Cancer Survivorship Professionals

The primary role of any registration body is to protect the public.

The Register of Cancer Survivorship Professionals (RoCSP) has been established to ensure that only certified professionals are able to work with those recovering from cancer, thereby maximising the chances of making an optimum recovery and minimising the chance of any harm.

Our primary role is to provide a register of professionals working in cancer recovery who meet initial and ongoing professional standards, agree to abide by our rigorous code of conduct, and to undertake professional development activities to maintain and update their skills.

Many professionals working as part of The Register will have other professional accreditations and memberships, many of which are overseen by the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC).

The RoCSP supports the work of the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC) and is working towards future accreditation. As such, our professional standards are designed to meet or exceed their requirements.


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