Resources

59 resources suitable for Professionals

  • Professionals
Format: Video

Cassius is a 3D video resource designed for lymphoedema education programmes.

  • Professionals
Format: Online

An introduction to Adult Acute Oncology Services, covering key principles, recognising conditions and initiating appropriate action to ensure safe and timely high-quality care.

  • Professionals
Format: toolkit

Explore when and how to start conversations; how you can help someone discuss what's important to them and help them plan ahead for their future care.

  • Professionals
Format: online

Learn to identify people who may be experiencing financial problems and signpost towards help and advice.

  • Professionals
Format: online

Recognise how cancer and its treatment affects patients' body image and how you can give support.

  • Public
  • Professionals
Format: Video

How to use a bowel screening kit.

  • Public
  • Professionals
Format: Video

No-nonsense information about breast screening (mammogram).

  • Professionals
Format: Toolkit

How to help patients and their families manage breathlessness more effectively

  • Staff
  • Professionals
Format: Online

Extend support to people affected by cancer with a befriending scheme within your service or support group.

  • Professionals
Format: online

Helps you answer questions about employment and cancer with confidence.

  • Professionals
Format: Toolkit

Diagnosis and support of patients with cancer for general practitioners (GPs).

  • Public
  • Staff
  • Professionals
Format: online

Helping line managers support people affected by cancer in the workplace.

  • Public
  • Professionals
Format: online

Help for union reps when an employee is diagnosed with cancer.

  • Volunteers
  • Professionals
Format: online

Online resources and portfolio submission area for students on the relevant Cancer Support Course.

  • Volunteers
  • Professionals
Format: online

Online resources and portfolio submission area for students on the relevant Cancer Support Course.

  • Volunteers
  • Professionals
Format: online

Online resources and portfolio submission area for students on the relevant Cancer Support Course.

  • Volunteers
  • Professionals
Format: online

Online resources and portfolio submission area for students on the relevant Cancer Support Course.

  • Public
  • Professionals
Format: Toolkit

Using the Acorn Approach with hospices and schools to change children and young people's attitudes to death and dying.

  • Public
  • Professionals
Format: Video

Patients' experience of how they were told they had cancer.

  • Professionals
Format: Online and video

Guidance on good practice and bad around communication, using 'The clinic - not good enough!' videos.

  • Professionals
Format: external service

CHAIN is a free, multi-disciplinary support network of over 12,000 professionals working in health, social care, education, research and management.

  • Professionals
Format: online

Increase your knowledge of evaluation and develop the skills and confidence to evaluate your work.

  • Professionals
Format: online

Gain awareness of the legal issues that may arise in a family affected by cancer.

  • Staff
  • Professionals
Format: external service

Address day-to-day leadership and management challenges and support strategic planning activities.

  • Staff
  • Professionals
Format: Online

How to evaluate the effectiveness of services and projects.

  • Public
  • Professionals
Format: Toolkit

Achieving quality in end of live care for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people.

  • Professionals
Format: Online

Improve your information skills and knowledge to support cancer patients.

  • Professionals
Format: Online

Learn how to give information to a patient who has just been diagnosed with cancer.

  • Public
  • Staff
  • Volunteers
  • Professionals
Format: online

Increase your basic understanding of cancer and how it can affect people's lives.

  • Professionals
Format: online

Basic information about Cancer Patient Information Prescriptions.

  • Public
  • Professionals
Format: Video

Two films that explain the impact of living with a laryngectomy, including the communication issues that can result.

  • Professionals
Format: Online

Look at some of the late effects of cancer treatment and help signpost to useful sources of information and support.

  • Professionals
Format: external service

Individual and group grants to support the learning and career development of both Macmillan professionals and the wider cancer workforce.

  • Professionals
Format: Online

Understand the key issues in supporting patients and their carers at the end of life.

  • Professionals
Format: Toolkit

Assessment and management of problems with eating and weight loss in cancer patients with ACS (cachexia).

  • Staff
  • Professionals
Format: Toolkit

A programme aimed at health professionals and service users implementing the Macmillan Value Based Standard

  • Staff
  • Professionals
Format: toolkit

MVQS is a specially designed tool to help assess and assure the quality of your volunteer management. It secures consistency across the board, so that each and every volunteer gets a great experience - no matter how or where they volunteer for Macmillan.

  • Professionals
Format: Toolkit

Identifying early signs and symptoms of malignant spinal cord compression (MSCC), enabling rapid referral and treatment to improve patient outcomes.

  • Staff
  • Professionals
Format: Guidance

Supporting you with the Macmillan Quality in Information and Support Services (MQuISS®) standards. A one-stop-shop of information, guidance and other resources.

  • Professionals
Format: Video

A dramatic reconstruction that examines the issue of neutropenic sepsis.

  • Professionals
Format: Online Course

A nutrition course for health and social care professionals developed by Bournemouth University.

  • Professionals
Format: online

Understand why nutritional care is a vital element of cancer care and how to manage and support patients' dietary needs.

  • Professionals
Format: external service

One-to-one coaching support for Macmillan Professionals across all roles, grades and levels.

  • Professionals
Format: online

For professionals involved in the delivery and coordination of out-of-hours (OOH) care.

  • Staff
  • Professionals
Format: Toolkit

A survey tool to measure patient experience of adult acute cancer services.

  • Professionals
Format: online

Supporting material to accompany the guide to content, planning and delivery for a Macmillan Cancer Course for Practice Nurses.

  • Staff
  • Professionals
Format: Toolkit

Good practice in promoting the information and support that Macmillan provides.

  • Public
  • Professionals
Format: Audio

An audio recording by Hamish Marett-Crosby, of BBC Radio Jersey, recounting an experience of prostate cancer.

  • Professionals
Format: Toolkit

This complements the induction information Macmillan GPs receive from their local Macmillan office and supports them in their role.

  • Professionals
Format: external service

SAGE and THYME model and foundation level workshop to teach the core skills of dealing with people in distress.

  • Professionals
Format: face to face

Supporting the transition to your new role as a Macmillan professional

  • Professionals
Format: Toolkit

How to talk to patients about the issues surrounding sexuality and cancer.

  • Public
  • Professionals
Format: Video

Patients explain the treatment pathway for head and neck cancer.

  • Staff
  • Professionals
Format: Online

Good practice in recruiting, training and supporting volunteers.

  • Professionals
Format: Online

Learn about survivorship and how to sign-post cancer patients to sources of help and support.

  • Professionals
Format: toolkit

Supporting you in developing a service to help cancer survivors back to work.

  • Professionals
Format: online

Help people with advanced cancer to manage their weight loss and eating related concerns.

  • Public
  • Staff
  • Professionals
Format: online

Refresh existing knowledge and gain new information on the Occupational Health impact of a cancer diagnosis on working age adults.

  • Professionals
Format: toolkit

Helping children and young people when someone close has cancer.