Mac Voice Spring 2016
Making money one less worry - Macmillan CEO, Lynda Thomas, highlights Macmillan's support for people with money worries.
Building better environments - See pictures of the award-winning Sir Robert Ogden Macmillan Centre in Harrogate.
Expand your nutrition knowledge - Learn more about providing dietary advice through a new online training course.
Create, contemplate and connect - Two hospices in Hertfordshire are providing creative therapy through an innovative new art bag project.
Work support in Edinburgh - A new team is helping people in Edinburgh and Lothian to overcome work problems.
Every public library in NI has cancer information - Publications and support from Macmillan are now widely available thanks to a new partnership.
Advancing acute oncology - After Macmillan held its first acute oncology conference, Mac Voice spoke to two specialists in this area of care.
Mentorship from the Macmillan Alumni - As part of the Macmillan Alumni programme, former Macmillan postholders are mentoring those who are new in post.
Macmillan Professionals Excellence Award winner Dr Neil Smith
Late effects of pelvic radiotherapy - Helen Ludlow tells Mac Voice about her new nursing post funded by a partnership between Macmillan and TrueNTH.
Preparing children for loss - Claire Hall and her colleagues have developed a childhood bereavement checklist.
Recognising Macmillan staff as professionals - Mac Voice speaks to staff from our office and mobile services about being recognised as Macmillan professionals.
Learning disabilities and cancer - Mac Voice speaks with Tracey Lloyd about her award-winning work across Wales supporting people with learning disabilities and cancer.
Facilitating better end of life care - Palliative Care Nurse of the Year for 2015 Theresa Richards tells Mac Voice how her role has evolved since she took up her post.
Health after treatment - Kirsty Gillespie is a Health and Well-being Practitioner and supports people after treatment.
In Focus: Cancer and older people
Improving outcomes for older people - Macmillan Head of Inclusion, Jagtar Dhanda, describes the key findings of recent Macmillan research into cancer and older people.
Listening to older people - OPAAL (Older People’s Advocacy Alliance) has produced a series of videos demonstrating the value of its advocacy work.
Dementia and cancer - Lorraine Burgess on her role as the first Macmillan Dementia Nurse Consultant.
Sharing Good Practice: Large-scale partnerships to improve cancer care and support
Large-scale partnerships to improve cancer care and support - John Towers, Macmillan Head of System Redesign, introduces this issue of Sharing Good Practice.
Manchester: Macmillan Cancer Improvement Partnership - Janet Tonge, Programme Director for the Macmillan Cancer Improvement Partnership
Glasgow: Improving the cancer journey - Sandra McDermott, Head of the Glasgow Improving the Cancer Journey programme
Northern Ireland: Transforming cancer follow up - Liz Henderson, Macmillan Special Adviser for Redesigning the System
North Wales: Trial of personalised care after treatment for prostate cancer - Caroline Morris, former Macmillan Prostate Cancer Clinical Nurse Specialist