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Patients expect high-quality, personalised care tailored to their individual needs. They expect their family and friends caring for them to be well supported. Meeting the expectations of a growing number of patients and carers, within increasingly difficult financial constraints, is a challenge which must be met through the public sector.
Macmillan has years of experience developing health and social care services in primary, community and acute settings. We can support the development of a range of tried and tested models of service delivery and use our expertise to add value to your local initiatives.
We support change and help you deliver innovative services. We are a service development organisation, providing partnership solutions to support cancer patients. We are not a service provider trying to win contracts from the public sector.
We have developed a range of health and social care services with partner organisations, including:
We can support the development of your professionals|, ensuring they have the skills and competencies required to develop and deliver good quality, effective services.
Contact the Macmillan team in your area| to find out more.
Download our health and social care offer to commissioners and providers.|
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in your area
Excellence in cancer care - The contribution of the clinical nurse specialist
Clinical nurse specialists: An evidence review
Allied Health Professionals: An evidence review
Specialist lymphoedema services: An evidence review
Psychological and emotional support
Psychological and emotional support provided by Macmillan Professionals: An evidence review
Social workers: An evidence review
Learning and development
The impact of Macmillan's learning and development offer on health and social care professionals: An evidence review
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