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The Partnership Excellence Award is awarded to individuals who have forged successful partnerships with organisations or other individuals.
This category rewards someone who has developed strategic partnership working with stakeholder groups to improve the experience and outcomes of people affected by cancer.
For example, they may have improved the way people work together or the way services are designed across sectors. Stakeholder groups may include partner organisations and people affected by cancer.
Possible evidence may include partnership working:
Macmillan Lead Cancer Nurse, The Hillingdon Hospitals Trust.
This has resulted in access to a wide range of activities including:
Read Lorraine's full case study| [PDF]
Liz developed a survey to assess retrospectively the level of satisfaction of carers of our palliative care cancer patients relating to the support and care provided across East & North Hertfordshire and West Hertfordshire.
The aims of the survey were to:
Read Liz's full case study| [PDF]
The Macmillan End of Life Prison Project delivers high quality palliative and end of life care services in a challenging environment.
In addition death in custody has been actively discouraged by prison staff as it incurs complex prison police and legal proceedings. Delivering high quality end of life care within a prison community is complicated by the nature and culture of this challenging and sometimes chaotic environment. Not only is there a tension between care, security and discipline but the nature of prison facilities, resources available and the lack of staff skills understanding and knowledge in this area of care all play a part.
Read Gill's full case study| [PDF]
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