Resources, information and support to help health and social care professionals in their role.
Information for professionals on answering questions from the public regarding the recent publicity about fundraising practices by a number of leading charities.
Published on 16/05/2016
Fiona Whyte, Senior Learning & Development Manager, takes you through the pros and cons of creating a poster presentation for a conference or event.
Published on 28/04/2016
Are you a Macmillan palliative care specialist nurse or doctor in-reaching at a prison or secure premises? Or do you want to set up a specialist palliative care in-reach service for prisons or secure premises?
Published on 07/04/2016
In addition to the resources available online, our geographical L&D teams also provide free face to face courses and events for both Macmillan and non Macmillan Health and Social Care professionals who care for people affected by cancer on a more local level. Please find links below to the regional prospectuses which you can download as a PDF file or just browse online.
To enquire about course places, email your local L&D team who will be happy to answer any questions about the events.
Whilst we are more than happy for you to attend courses that are outside your geographical area, as a charity, we wouldn't be able to contribute towards any travel or expenses associated with attending our free courses.
Stacks are collections of related resources, grouped by subject or theme. Working through a stack provides a wealth of information on a particular topic.
For professionals supporting people with the consequences of cancer and it's treatment.
Learn Zone is growing all the time. Here are the newest resources for health and social care professionals.
A Community of Practice for members of the Head and Neck Practitioners Group to discuss ideas, share knowledge and store documents.
This resource helps you use social media tools professionally and effectively when supporting Macmillan.
Private community for Mentors on the Role Development Programme to discuss, share and learn from their peers.
Understand the future direction of Macmillan and its work to improve experience and reduce inequalities in this Community of Practice.
Documents, resources and information for attendees of Scottish Learning & Development Events.