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Urgent Suspected Cancer (2ww) Referral Forms

Cheshire and Merseyside Cancer Alliance has worked with Primary Care colleagues and tumour Specific Clinical Quality Groups to update the Urgent Suspected Cancer (2 week wait) Referral Forms. These will […]

Cheshire and Merseyside Consultation Templates

To support the completion of the CMCA Urgent Suspected Cancer (2WW) Referral forms, Consultation Templates with Cancer Guidance are available for use within EMIS systems. These have been developed by Cheshire […]

Macmillan Learning and Communications Hub

Macmillan offer a variety of training including e-learning modules, webinars, virtual classrooms and blended learning opportunities. As these modules are online, you can complete them in your own time and […]

Making Every Contact Count (MECC)

Aims and ambitions Make Every Contact Count (MECC) enables the delivery of consistent and concise health and wellbeing information and encourages individuals to engage in conversations about their health at […]

The Cancer Care Map

The Cancer Care Map is a simple, online resource that aims to help you find cancer support services in your local area wherever you are in the UK.

Nature of Cancer Course

This 2 day course provides an introduction to the nature of cancer and is primarily aimed at non-clinical staff. It is also suitable for health and social care practitioners, and […]

Nature of Cancer Plus Course

This two-day course is for staff who have attended the Nature of Cancer Course or for any clinical staff working in a health and social care setting who have a […]

RCGP Quality Improvement: Screencasts

The National Audit of Cancer Diagnosis explores patient pathways through primary care to cancer diagnosis. It particularly focuses on: the time from patient presentation to diagnosis the use of investigations […]

Hot Topics Cancer for Primary Care

You can watch the NB Medical team presenting the Hot Topics Cancer course covering a range of the latest Hot Topics in Cancer primary care. Don’t worry if you miss […]