Mac Voice Summer 2016
Introducing the new Macmillan Organiser - The popular resource has been updated and revised.
More specialist cancer nurses for Northern Ireland - Macmillan and partners have announced funding for clinical nurse specialist posts.
When Breath Becomes Air - Lucy Kalanithi visited Macmillan to talk about her late husband's best-selling memoir.
Bereavement support from Macmillan - A new Macmillan booklet adds to the range of support we offer.
Helping Matters - Volunteer Coordinator Paula Moncrieff reports on the success of this local support service.
Being an Alumni Ambassador - Lynn Tanner MBE, one of our active Alumni Ambassadors, writes about how she has continued making a difference since retirement.
Carol Davies - Carol is a Macmillan Lung Cancer Clinical Nurse Specialist.
Providing continuity of care - A team of advanced nurse practitioners in Southampton is providing a more streamlined service for people affected by cancer.
An international exchange to improve MSCC services - A team of Macmillan allied health professionals visited the Istituto Ortopedico Rizzoli in Bologna.
The Macmillan Lymphoedema Association - The Macmillan Lymphoedema Association (MLA) is a UK-widecommunity of practice working in partnership with Macmillan.
One year as a Macmillan counsellor - Helen Storey reflects on her experiences after a year in post as Macmillan Oncology Counsellor at Bupa Cromwell Hospital in London.
Hope Online - There is ‘Hope Online’ for children and young people living with a family health crisis, as Hilary Causer explains.
NHS inform: Online health information for Scotland - Uzma Aslam and Kevin Hutchison outline the development of Scotland’s online health hub.
A catalyst for improved palliative care - Dawn Orr describes her role as a Macmillan End of Life Care Facilitator and the development of end of life care services at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Gateshead.
Identifying palliative needs in acute settings - Sinead Benson, Macmillian Palliative Care Nurse, works in acute areas to identify patients with palliative care needs.
In Focus: Meet our financial support specialists
Phil Neal, Macmillan Welfare Rights Adviser, Shipley
David Pearson, Macmillan Financial Guide, Glasgow
Flutra Krasniqi, Macmillan Energy Adviser, London
Sue Britton, Macmillan Grants Assessor, London
Sharing Good Practice: Health and Wellbeing Events
Introduction to Health and Wellbeing Events
Evaluating Health and Wellbeing Events
The evidence base for Health and Wellbeing Events
Case Studies: Health and Wellbeing Events
Policy: Health and Wellbeing Events
The Recovery Package resources