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The magazine for Macmillan professionals.
Tony Banach, Macmillan Learning and Development Manager for Macmillan professionals, on professional development|.
Professional accolades| - Macmillan professionals have been celebrated at the Excellence in Oncology Awards and the Nursing Times Awards.
Touch screen assessments| - Touch screen tablet PCs are being used to help people record how they feel and function after cancer treatment.
Macmillan champions| - A new, voluntary role for Macmillan professionals.
Creating a lasting legacy| - How Macmillan is helping friends and family pay tribute to their loved ones.
Putting the fair in welfare| - Macmillan's campaign to ensure the benefits system works for people living with cancer.
Campaign and policy survey results| - A survey completed by professionals has given insight into some key issues for people affected by cancer.
Patient-centred services| - Patient involvement is high on the agenda for many NHS Trusts.
Christina Lilley, Macmillan Quality and Governance Lead for End of Life Care|.
Person-centred care| - How the Living well booklet is helping staff to improve end of life care.
Trialling pandora| - Using the workload modelling tool.
Changing attitudes to death and dying| - Bringing schools and local hospices together.
Prisoner healthcare| - Providing good palliative care to inmates.
Managing care pathways| - Developing an award-winning end-of-life reference guide for GPs.
Virtual therapy| - Why distance doesn't have to be a barrier to care.
Shared learning| - A successful clinical update day.
Developing leaders| - How collective learning is helping CNSs improve their confidence in the workplace.
Piloting end-of-life care education| - Evaluating the e-ELCA programme across Pennine Acute Hospitals NHS Trust.
Rosie Cotter, Managing Editor
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