Mac Voice Autumn 2013
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Beverley Howard, Mac Voice's new Managing Editor, on shaping your magazine.
Benefits advice partnership launched - A new Welfare Benefits Service has been launched in Staffordshire, in partnership with Disability Solutions.
One-to-one support - Macmillan is piloting four new roles to meet long-term needs.
Tributes paid to Macmillan nurse - Macmillan staff have paid tribute following the death of the longest-serving Macmillan nurse based at St George's Hospital, London.
Spotlight Award for SLT team - The Macmillan Speech and Language Therapy Head and Neck team for North Cumbria has gained recognition for its work.
Pride of North Ayrshire - The North Ayrshire Macmillan Cancer Information and Support Service has scooped an award.
Prostate cancer awareness - A survey in Wales has highlighted the need to raise awareness of prostate cancer symptoms.
Patient experience survey for Wales - Developing the first cancer patient experience survey in Wales.
What our readers think - A look at the results of the 2012 Mac Voice readership survey.
Support with writing a will - A new discount will writing service from Macmillan.
Talking about work and cancer - How a new professional resource from Macmillan can help you talk to people living with cancer about work.
Recognition for work with BME communities - A partnership with Black Health Initiative (BHI) has led to local and national recognition.
Bring out the coffee cups - Get ready for the World's Biggest Coffee Morning.
New colorectal cancer support service - How a new colorectal cancer support service is offering people a unique level of support.
An interview with Terry Capecci, Macmillan Associate Palliative Care Nurse.
Support for novice researchers - A programme of evening masterclasses is helping Masters-level students develop their interest in research.
Evaluating our patient information - Macmillan's Cancer Information Development team has started to evaluate the impact of the charity's information.
Creative benefits - Encouraging people undergoing cancer treatment to express themselves through art.
Nurse-led clinics - How a new nurse-led pathway for people with skin cancer is working at Northampton General Hospital.
Macmillan @ Glasgow Libraries - How volunteers are the linchpin of information and support services in Glasgow's libraries.
Shaping cancer care together - The Director of Professional Engagement at Macmillan tells Mac Voice about his plans for this new directorate.
In focus: cancer care in Northern Ireland
Empowering carers - A project in Northern Ireland's Southern Health and Social Care Trust area is supporting carers of people with cancer.
Survivorship - How a survivorship programme of work has benefited people across the country.
Urological cancer follow-up - Looking at a new programme supporting men with prostate and testicular cancers.
Bereavement support - Supporting people bereaved by cancer through a partnership with Cruse Bereavement Care.