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Macmillan is working with the UK governments to improve the survivorship element of the cancer care pathway. This includes the National Cancer Survivorship Initiative|(NCSI), a partnership in England with the Department of Health, supported by NHS Improvement|. The aim of the NCSI is to ensure that people living with and beyond cancer get the care and support they need to lead as healthy and active a life as possible, for as long as possible.
To date we have been working to develop and test initiatives around the NSCI vision (2010)| and five key shifts| to help health and social care professionals improve care and support for cancer survivors focusing on:
You can find more information about the NCSI workstreams by downloading Improving cancer care for people living with and beyond cancer [PDF]|.
We now have a large number of resources for health and social care professionals|, many of which are available through the NCSI website|. We may be able to offer support in thinking about how to implement survivorship care and support locally. Please contact your Macmillan Development Manager or a member of the Survivorship Programme Team at email@example.com|
Visit the National Cancer Survivorship Initiative website to find out more about our work.
You can find out more about the partnership via the following links
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