If you work with cancer patients in the McGill-affiliated hospitals you and a multi-hospital team could receive up to $100,000 to support a research project examining quality of care for cancer patients. Download this year's reference document for all the details. 

Call for applications!

If you work in nursing services with cancer patients in one of the RCN hospitals, you have until April 21 to send in your application

Don't miss out! Speak to your nurse manager.


Expanding skills in existing teams

Thanks to an RCN Grant, a radiation oncologist completed a masters' in Health Management. Find out how his research is opening up ideas to manage care more efficiently. 


Less time in the waiting room

Changes at St. Mary's Hospital Center have helped reduce the time between getting off the elevator and starting treatment. Learn more

Dealing with distress

Patients in select clinics in the network are having their pain, anxiety and depression assessed as part of an important Canadian initiative. Learn more


Supporting survivors by educating physicians

An RCN project team is giving MDs the tools they need, from education sessions to care plans.
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Cancer care quality gets a shot in the arm

Improving the quality of care takes teamwork. RCN Research Grants encourage collaboration and innovation. 
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The RCN: A groundbreaking collaboration

McGill and its teaching hospitals have united to improve the patient experience, increase survival rates and reduce the burden of care for cancer patients.

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What's New

The RCN is proud to present its first public Scorecard. Find out how cancer care is advancing in the McGill-affiliated hospitals along 7 quality indicators.


Patient Resources

Symptom Management
How can symptom screening improve your care? Find out here: video; newsletter. 



Who we are

A partnership of McGill's Faculty of Medicine, St. Mary’s Hospital, the Jewish General Hospital and the McGill University Health Centre, the RCN's mission is to improve cancer care quality and patient satisfaction. 


The RCN in the news

Two members of the RCN executive committee have been honoured with the Order of Canada for their contributions to medicine. 




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