Tuesday 16th December 2014
Mac Voice, the magazine for Macmillan professionals: Winter 2014
Macmillan resources for health and social care professionals
eHNA Handbook - You're Transforming Patients' Experiences
This booklet provides guidance to prototype sites when implementing the eHNA. it is provided as part of the eHNA site set-up.
All of the films that were produced in 2013/14 are now available on YouTube
- Electronic Holistic Needs Assessment
- Holistic Needs Assessment and Care Planning
- Training for Holistic Needs Assessment and Care Planning
Assessment and care planning for people with cancer
This booklet for patients outlines the process of assessment and care planning, what to expect and what they can prepare for.
Assessment and care planning folder
This pack contains two triplicate pads for the assessment and the care plan, sufficient for 100 assessments. This enables the user to give a copy to the patient, a copy to the GP or audit, and place a copy in the medical records.
Replacement pads are also available for the concerns checklist and the care plan.
The Macmillan Organiser is designed to help keep track of treatment, make notes and find information and support. It enables people to record useful information to help them self-manage and contains useful assessment tools such as the concerns checklist and mood and food diaries.
The My Organiser app is now live on the app stores. My Organiser is a great new mobile app that can help people affected by cancer plan and record everything that's important to them, from appointment times and contact details to reminders for when to take medication.
Assessment and Care planning for cancer survivors: a concise evidence review (2014)
A concise structured literature review of the evidence for holistic needs assessment for cancer survivors, and the implications for developing services.
Innovation to implementation: A 'how to guide'
Stratified pathways of care for people living with or beyond cancer. This document complements Living With and Beyond Cancer: Taking Action to Improve Outcomes and is a practical 'how to' guide based on the experience of test sites who have developed and implemented a new model of care for people living with cancer.