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Psychosocial Support

The Transforming Cancer Services Team (TCST), funded and in partnership with Macmillan Cancer Support, has produced a suite of resources to help system leaders and commissioners  examine and develop their current psychosocial support services for adults affected by cancer, as well as their families and carers. These resources have been developed in partnership with key […]

Webinar: Submitting data to the Mental Health Services Dataset

This webinar provides a step by step guide on how to successfully submit Children and Young People’s Mental Health Access data to the Mental Health Services Data Set (MHSDS) using the SCDS Cloud. The webinar is a product of collaboration between NHS England and NHS Improvement London region, NHS England and NHS Improvement Mental Health […]

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Good Thinking Good Thinking is designed to improve the mental health and wellbeing of Londoners.  This 24-hour online service finds people who may be struggling with a range of issues impacting on their mental health and directs them to resources that meet their personalised needs. Shout Shout is the UK’s first 24/7 text service, free […]

About the Transforming Cancer Services team

Our vision All Londoners* have access to world class care before and after a cancer diagnosis Our mission As a trusted and expert partner, we drive delivery of world class cancer outcomes through collaboration, commissioning support, clinical leadership, education and engagement The pan-London Transforming Cancer Services Team are responsible for: – A once for London […]

Local Educational Events

On this page, you’ll find an events calender which has been populated with CCG, Cancer Alliance and STP educational events. We aim to keep this calender updated with the information provided by yourselves, therefore if you know of any local cancer events taking place, please complete all the fields in the form below and we’ll […]

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Improving the Quality of Cancer Care

Course title: General Practice and Nurse Education Network Aimed at: Primary Care Nurses Course description: The online network provides users clinical resources, publication and voluntary standards for general practice nursing education. The network is part of a number of initiatives arising from General Practice Nursing Ten Point Plan. Course address: https://gpnen.org.uk/resources/ Developed by: The Queens Nursing […]

Cancer Prevention Training Courses

There are many things that the public can do in order to reduce the risk of cancer, including not smoking, healthy eating and drinking, drinking less alcohol, keeping a healthy weight, being more active and staying safe in the sun. A number of courses  have been developed by Royal colleges and Cancer charities to support […]

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Early Diagnosis and Personalised Care Training Courses

There have been a number of training modules developed for primary care in supporting staff to recognise the signs and symptoms of cancer as well as supporting staff in identifying patients needs when they have finished their treatment, for example following up patients who are on a stable prostate cancer pathway or providing patients with […]

Training Needs Assessments (TNA)

Training Needs Assessments (TNAs) are tools that have been developed to gain an understanding of knowledge, capability and skills relating to early diagnosis and personalised care for cancer in primary and community care. Data from the TNAs can then be used to develop structured and targeted training for staff in primary and community care. Training […]

CCG Events

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CAMHS access targets (standards) in London

Nationally and regionally, there have been problems with access to specialist children’s and adolescent mental health services. While ten per cent of children nationally have a mental health condition requiring access to mental health services, only three per cent are able to do so. Rising demand, lengthening waiting times and high thresholds for access to […]

Inequalities Toolkit

This Inequalities toolkit describes cancer inequalities across London and West Essex in terms of; Marginalised groups (Chapter 1) Early diagnosis (Chapter 2) Access and treatment (Chapter 3) Personalised care (Chapter 4), Summary of recommendations (Chapter 5).

South London Snapshots

The South East London Snapshot describes cancer prevention, early diagnosis, treatment and personalised care in this STP. The South West London Snapshot  describes cancer prevention, early diagnosis, treatment and personalised care in this STP.

West Essex Snapshot

The West Essex Snapshot describes cancer prevention, early diagnosis, treatment and personalised care in this STP.

Peer education project

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The Peer Education Project (Mental Health Foundation) provides a 5 session syllabus to all Year 7 pupils delivered by 6th form peers. It is based on the principle that young people are more likely to listen and respond to older peers than to adults. It is usually delivered through the PSHE programme but has also […]

Winter readiness

This section contains useful information and resources to support care homes during colder periods of the year, especially the winter months.

Further resources

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Hydration & Nutrition Infection prevention Management of outbreaks, Public Health England Guidelines on the management of outbreaks of influenza-like illness in care homes Data Security & Protection Toolkit and NHSmail CarePulse (bed capacity management system)