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With so much going on at Macmillan it's useful to stay up to date with new developments which may affect you or your patients. We produce a range of newsletters and bulletins to keep you in the loop.
Macmillan produces a magazine and monthly e-bulletin for all Macmillan professionals. We will automatically send you these publications when you start your role as a Macmillan professional or you can sign up here.|
Mac Voice is a quarterly magazine full of news and features written by Macmillan professionals for Macmillan professionals. If you’d like to contribute to it, email firstname.lastname@example.org| or call Mac Voice’s managing editor on 020 7091 2219.|
You don’t need to be an experienced writer to get involved. We can help you share your knowledge and write about issues that matter to you. It’s also a great way to tell people about your achievements and successes, and an article could act as evidence of your continuing professional development.
Recent online editions can be found on the Mac Voice page|, and archived editions are available from Learn Zone|.
If you are a Macmillan professional and you don't already receive Mac Voice please email email@example.com| to sign up.
We send a monthly e-bulletin to all Macmillan professionals. It contains our latest news, updates on learning and development opportunities and details of different projects and campaigns we are working on.
The e-bulletin also provides you with numerous opportunities to send us your feedback about all areas of our work and how to get involved in it.
Read past issues of the e-bulletin.|
We send a monthly e-bulletin to Macmillan information and support professionals to inform them about the newly released information resources and other news relevant for this group of professionals only. It also contains information about projects and events Macmillan information and support professionals can get involved in.
If you'd like to receive the Inside Information e-bulletin, or you're having problems receiving your copy then please email firstname.lastname@example.org|.
A quarterly e-bulletin about the activities of the Macmillan Primary Care Community. The primary care update archives can be found in the Primary Care Community resources|.
Sign up for regular updates on new and revised cancer information and support resources and professional learning and devlopment opportunities.
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