Little Linac Project


To order Little Linac kits (UK only) complete the order form here.

 
For orders from outside the UK please scroll down the page for more information.

Oliver Chillmaid, aged four, one of the first children to receive a Little Linac kit, at the Northern Centre for Cancer Care in Newcastle

 

 

The Little Linac project was started by Professor David Brettle, when he was President of IPEM. His vision was for IPEM to provide every child in the UK undergoing radiotherapy treatment for cancer with a free kit of play bricks to make a model treatment machine (linac, short for linear accelerator).  Toy bricks are every child’s favourite toy and are an ideal way to educate young patients about their treatment in a way that is designed to reduce their stress and anxiety, and so contribute to successful treatment sessions. To read more about the project, click here. 

Our partners in the Little Linac project are: the British Institute of Radiology, the Royal College of Radiologists and the Society and College of Radiographers.

   

 

Bronwyn, aged seven, with her Little Linac, with (left) Jill Scott, Superintendent Radiographer,
and Maureen Houston, Senior Play Specialist, at the Beatson West of Scotland
Cancer Centre in Glasgow. Photograph courtesy of NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde
 

 

Aaron Pilcher, aged 10, is the first patient undergoing radiotherapy treatment at
 Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust to receive a Little Linac kit

 

Click here to order your kit or click below to donate.

Donate to us through BT MyDonate

 

Information for international and larger orders

If you are ordering from outside the UK different charges apply in terms of postage and VAT.  To get a detailed quote please use this form

If you want to order a larger quantity of Little Linacs, for example for a hospital outside the UK, we have special rates for different countries depending on their GDP per capita.  These World Bank ratings are used by the International Organization of Medical Physics (IOMP) to establish their membership fees.

For more details on costs for international orders and large orders please click here.

IPEM Enterprises Returns Policy

Refunds
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Item does not arrive?
Items are despatched by Royal Mail or by an alternative carrier, according to weight, which may require a signature on delivery.  If our carriers can provide proof of delivery, IEL cannot accept responsibility for the loss of goods and you must take this up with whoever has signed for them.  If items have been lost in transit by our carriers, we will repeat the despatch.


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