Practical tools for professionals
Macmillan produce a number of tools which you may find useful in your role. Many of them can be downloaded directly from Learn Zone or you can contact your Macmillan Development Manager for information.
Handbook for Macmillan professionals
This handbook [PDF] reflects Macmillan today and describes how we support you, your core role as a Macmillan professional and the many opportunities (professional and personal) that may interest you.
Competence Framework for Nurses
This framework was developed by the Consequences of Cancer and its Treatment (CCaT) collaborative in partnership with Macmillan Cancer Support and UKONS.
It is designed to benefit both you as a nurse and your patients, by:
Assisting your professional development and career progression
Enabling you to continue to provide excellent care
Supporting your relationship with the person you are caring for.
Here is a short video that describes the framework.
Download The Competence Framework for Nurses [PDF]
Presentation templates for Macmillan professionals
We've created a presentation template [Powerpoint] to help you communicate with your stakeholders about Macmillan. It showcases our organisational successes and explains where we’ve come from, who we are and what we do. It also illustrates where we’re going and our strategy to meet the future demands of cancer care.
You can also use our WizKit presentation template which includes pre-poulated slides, our new photo style and the Macmillan font. Use this whenever you're creating a Macmillan presentation in Powerpoint.
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 email@example.com. Visit the Mac Voice page to see the latest edition or download archived editions on be.Macmillan.
Download our expenses policy for Macmillan professionals, and claim forms depending on where you are in the UK.
Every year we ask our partner organisations to share with us their Annual Report. We believe this is best practice for service planning and development and will keep all key stakeholders up to date on how the service has evolved.
Directory of social care professionals and services
Macmillan Cancer Support develops services in the community for people living with cancer and their carers, providing emotional and practical support.
This directory is a listing of Macmillan social care professionals and services and is updated on a regular basis. We hope it will be a useful aid to networking, and a good source of information for Macmillan staff, volunteers and Professionals to help them connect with these services for the benefit of people affected by cancer.
Download the Directory of social care professionals and services [PDF]