Macmillan Involvement Coordinators (MICs) work locally and regionally and support a person-centred approach to our work. They specialise in involving people affected by cancer and in engaging with different communities to improve cancer services, to deliver improved outcomes and experiences of care. Many MICs work closely with local cancer support groups. Our local service teams have well-established local networks of professionals, cancer voices and cancer support groups.
In Scotland, the Scottish Involvement Group (SIG) was established in 2014 to gather and channel the views of people affected by cancer, ensuring these influence service and policy development in Scotland. The group comprises volunteers from across all parts of Scotland, with experience in supporting or advocating for people affected by cancer. Scotland’s Macmillan Involvement Co-ordinators support the SIG.
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