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The magazine for Macmillan professionals.
Laura Cooper, Teenage and Young People Information Nurse, on improving cancer care for young people|.
Tribute to early Macmillan nurse| - Paying tribute to Val Hunkin, one of the first Macmillan nurses in Cornwall.
Macmillan professionals shine at IJPN awards| - Macmillan professionals won several categories at the International Journal of Palliative Nursing Awards.
Supporting families in need| - An innovative project is helping families cope with the everyday effects of cancer.
Assessment and care planning| - Meeting needs after treatment.
Award-winning training for frontline clinic staff| - A unique training programme for clinical staff.
Improving cancer survival rates| - Macmillan Senior Policy Analyst Jennifer Mitchell discusses the coalition government's new cancer strategy.
Macmillan's future direction| - Chief Executive Ciarán Devane shares how Macmillan aims to help people affected by cancer now and in the future.
Jan Everard, Macmillan Consultant Nurse, gestational trophoblastic disease|.
Making decisions about treatment| - Piloting decision navigation for people newly diagnosed with breast and prostate cancer.
Emergency admissions| - A new study will investigate people's experiences of an emergency admission to hospital.
Spiritual care training| - Two Macmillan CNSs explored their spirituality through a two-year training programme.
Developing a successful support group| - Lisa Dichmont, Macmillan Upper GI Nurse, reflects on setting up an oesophageal support group.
Life on the road with Macmillan| - The impact of a mobile cancer information centre.
Helping young people with complex needs| - Wendy White's dual clinical nurse specialist role aims to ensure supportive care for teenagers and young adults with cancer.
Delay in diagnosis| - Laura Cooper, Teenage and Young People Information Nurse, on why late diagnosis is a real issue for young people with cancer.
Give us a break| - Principal Psychologist Elizabeth King explains how her service developed an award-winning programme for young people who have experienced loss, change or bereavement.
Supporting children with central nervous system tumours| - Dr Louise Talbot, Macmillan Clinical Psychologist, talks about the psychological needs and specialist support offered to this group of children.
I'll huff and I'll puff ... but I can't blow your house down| - Heather McMillan, Macmillan Cancer Information Support Worker, reinvents classic fairy tales to help children understand cancer.
Part one - Volunteers: adding value to service|.
Part two - Case studies: in practice|.
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