Support for nurses

As the cancer population increases, we want to help nurses provide the best care and support possible whilst also supporting them in their careers.

We offer a range of online learning courses and resources to help professional development, as well as tools to support day-to-day interactions with patients and a vast range of expert information for people living with cancer.

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Resources for nurses

Online learning modules

Enhance your skills and knowledge through e-learning modules, events and toolkits.

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Recovery Package and Holistic Needs Assessment

The Recovery Package creates a more fluid connection between people living with cancer and health professionals who can help with their changing needs, whether they’re physical, emotional, practical or financial.

We’ve developed guides and tools to help you deliver this care.

By making small changes, you can support people to help themselves, and spend more time with those who are in greater need of your expertise.

Find out more about the Recovery Package.

Access our range of Recovery Package resources.

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Managing the consequences of treatment

Many people are focused on the immediate side-effects of treatment, but you may want to know more about some ongoing effects that can be debilitating if not treated.

By making patients aware of any potential ongoing effects, they are more likely to look out for symptoms and raise concerns early.

Find out more about consequences of treatment and the resources we have.

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Competence framework for nurses

Research and evidence

To ensure we know how cancer is affecting the UK population, what people are experiencing and how interventions can have an impact, our evidence and insight team work with many partners to develop useful research.

Find out more about our research and evidence work.

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Macmillan resources for your patients

From someone to talk to or chat with online, to financial support, benefits advice and information about cancer and its treatment, we have an extensive range of support available for your patients.

It is accessible and free across the UK, for any cancer type, from the moment someone is diagnosed.

Additional support for your patients

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