Information & support For healthcare professionals For healthcare professionals Ovacome resources Ovacome provides booklets with clinical information about ovarian cancer, as well as awareness-raising posters and leaflets. Ovacome information booklets order form Ovacome awareness materials order form . Ovacome resources in other languages Ovacome has symptoms information in 6 community languages – Arabic, Bengali, Gujarati, Polish, Punjabi and Urdu. These resources can be viewed from our community language pages or you can order leaflets for your hospital using the form below. We can also translate our clinical information about ovarian cancer on request. If you’re working with a patient who would benefit from our resources in one of these languages, please get in touch to see if we can accommodate. Order community language leaflets We recently worked with a London-based trainee clinical psychologist to provide personalised information to one of their patients in Bengali: I am working with a Bengali patient with ovarian cancer who has experienced early surgical menopause, which has had a huge impact on her personal life. She came to psychological therapy for support with the impact of her cancer diagnosis and treatment. I was having an extremely hard time trying to find information in Bengali for this lady. I therefore created some personalised materials for her that explained her difficulties, but I was wary of using Google Translate to translate these because it is such a sensitive topic, and I did not want anything to get misinterpreted. Thankfully I came across Ovacome. I cannot speak highly enough of the service they have provided for me. They went above and beyond to help my patient. They provided a written transcript for my patient in Bengali of a webinar organised by a partner charity Ovarian Cancer Action and even allowed her the opportunity to ask the webinar facilitator questions in advance. They have also translated the personalised materials I created into Bengali and also information on ovarian cancer, the menopause and sexual relationships. The care and dedication they have shown towards getting my patient access to all of the information she needs has been incredible. Ovacome work with an interpreting and translating company who work in 350 languages. I highly recommend this service and I really hope lots of health professionals out there know about it! Katie Ireland (Trainee Clinical Psychologist) . Ovarian cancer care in England, Wales and Northern Ireland The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) issues guidance which governs which treatments are available for use by the NHS. Their guidance and pathways information is available on their website. . Ovarian cancer care in Scotland The Scottish Intercollegiate Guidelines Network (SIGN) develops and disseminates national clinical guidelines containing recommendations for effective practice based on current evidence. Their guidance on the management of epithelial ovarian cancer is available on their website.