Resources for Information and Support Professionals

Coronavirus guidance for health professionals

We understand it's a challenging time for healthcare professionals. That's why we're doing whatever it takes to support you with the latest information, training and resources during the COVID-19 pandemic.

You can also access our emotional health and well-being hub to learn about all the ways we're here for you.

Visit the coronavirus hub

Quality together toolkit

Quality Together is Macmillan's quality standard. It's designed to help teams plan and deliver a high quality, person-centred experience for their patients. The toolkit will provide you with:

  • measures and examples of good practice
  • feedback from patients who have received care
  • action plans for quality improvement. 

You can access the Quality Together toolkit on LearnZone.

Work support route guide

We want everyone living with cancer to have the information and support they need to make informed decisions about work. You can use this guide to help you:

  • feel prepared to talk about work-related concerns
  • know which questions to ask and how to respond
  • signpost to further sources of support.

Access the Work Support Route Guide.

Cancer information for your patients

We produce high quality cancer information for your patients so they can make informed decisions about their treatment, care and day-to-day lives. All of our cancer information is written by experts, and is available free of charge. Visit our website to see the full range of cancer information and support.

Signpost patients to local cancer services

We know that cancer can affect many areas of a person's life. That's why we support local services to help people with the physical, financial and emotional impacts of cancer.

With our services directory, it's easy to signpost patients to:

  • local support groups
  • information and support centres
  • physical activity groups.

Search our services directory

Cancer and Domestic Abuse: a toolkit for professionals

This toolkit is designed to help healthcare professionals working with people affected by cancer. It can help you to identify and respond to signs of domestic abuse affecting patients and carers.

Domestic abuse causes long-lasting physical and mental health harm. It can impact cancer care, treatment, and recovery. Working in cancer, you have a unique window of opportunity to intervene and make a difference.

Download the toolkit

Watch a recording of the toolkit launch, where you will hear from Macmillan CEO Gemma Peters, two lived experience voices and partnership leads from Standing Together Against Domestic Abuse, the University of Bristol, and University Hospitals Bristol and Weston NHS Foundation Trust.

For any questions or feedback on the project, please contact

Innovation in cancer care resources

We invest in programmes and services to help professionals adopt new and innovative ways to deliver cancer care in the UK. Working in communities and with the NHS, we fund pilots to improve experiences and outcomes for people with cancer. With this knowledge, we have created tools and resources to help you deliver:

Find out more about our work

Clinical updates for information and support professionals

Stay up to date with the latest developments in cancer care, with expert news, opinion and analysis. You'll also find blogs about our professionals and the fantastic work they do.

Read our latest blogs for healthcare professionals.

Subscribe to our newsletters

We publish a range of newsletters for professionals who support people living with cancer. Whatever your role, we'll support you with clinical updates, tools and resources.

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Research and evidence

We're at the forefront of understanding the needs and experiences of people living with cancer. Get the evidence and insight you need to develop or deliver best practice in cancer care, delivered by our team of experts. 

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