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Macmillan professionals and staff came together to celebrate the winners of the inaugural Macmillan Professionals Awards| in November.
The awards showcased the innovative and high-quality work that Macmillan professionals are known for. Work such as the development of physical activity partnerships by Lorraine Barton, Lead Cancer Nurse. Or the introduction of a holistic needs assessment and personalised care plan for people with colorectal cancer by Macmillan Colorectal Cancer Nurse Specialist Jane Winter.
This edition of Sharing good practice| includes two perspectives on holistic needs assessment and care planning, with details from one of the National Cancer Survivorship Initiative pilot sites.
Evidence suggests that having a holistic needs assessment during and at the end of treatment helps to identify the issues that need to be discussed with a healthcare professional. These can then be used to develop a care plan in partnership with the person affected by cancer. The supplement offers practical advice for those wanting to develop or improve their assessment and care planning processes.
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