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As a Macmillan professional, you are not alone. You are part of a network of people who, like you, work hard to provide a high-quality service to improve the lives of people affected by cancer.
The 2013 Macmillan professionals event, focusing on achieving integration in cancer care will take place on Thursday 7 and Friday 8 November in Manchester. All attendees are also invited to the Macmillan Professionals Excellence Awards ceremony on Thursday. Registration goes live on 6 September – watch this space.
Please note this event is for Macmillan professionals only.
At Macmillan, we are keen to support professionals so they can learn from each other. One of the ways we do this is through our Communities of Practice. These groups help professionals with shared expertise and knowledge to meet virtually, in person or both.
For details of current Communities of Practice, please visit the ‘Special interest groups’ section on Learn Zone|. If you would like more information about any of them, please contact your local Learning and Development| Manager.
To help Macmillan colleagues share information and expertise face-to-face, we host national and regional events, conferences and workshops. These are aimed at many different audiences, such as, professionals from a particular region, those who have the same role, or specialists who focus on the same area of cancer care.
In this online group you can start or join discussions about cancer care. You can also connect with other professionals; find links to interesting articles; and receive updates on Macmillan's latest information resources including Mac Voice| magazine. The group is also somewhere where you can promote upcoming events or job opportunities, and a place where you can let people know about the services you provide.
Find out more and join the group|.
To find out more about networking opportunities Macmillan offers, please visit Learn Zone| or contact your Macmillan Development Manager or regional team|.
CHAIN| is a successful online mutual support network of about 12,000 people working in health and social care.
Macmillan supports CHAIN and is keen to ensure that all health and social care professionals working in cancer care make use of it. If you'd like to network with others, get support when you have a challenge to deal with, and provide support to others, then join CHAIN today|.
The Network, is multi-professional and is designed to connect like-minded health and social care practitioners, educators, researchers and managers.
Find out more about CHAIN.|
If you have any questions about Macmillan we would love to hear from you| .
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© Macmillan Cancer Support 2013
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