Macmillan Health and
Wellbeing Clinics
Stephen Hindle
Macmillan Survivorship
Programme Lead
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What are Macmillan H&WB Clinics?
• ‘One-stop-shops’ providing information and support
to help patients and carers to prepare for the
transition after treatment
• Aims to increase health and well being through
support with: lifestyle management, managing your
cancer, potential signs and symptoms, and how to
get help
• Volunteers play key roles in supporting clinics
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Key findings of 15 pilots 2010/11
• Increased patient knowledge and confidence
• reported reduced anxiety and greater empowerment
• more appropriate use of services
• earlier intervention – may link to improved outcomes
• ‘One-stop shop’ enabled access to services
• reassurance of knowing support there in case of future need
• Patients valued volunteers
• Created relaxed atmosphere - put patients at ease
• Providing information and signposting, explaining in simple
terms, offering empathy & understanding
• Volunteers’ personal experience of cancer gave encouragement
to patients about their future
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Success Factors
• Tailored approach to target audience for recruitment, delivery and
environment
• Information about HWB and what services patients can access
• Successful processes for recruitment / attendance inc.
• Event integrated in pathway (93% invited to Barts clinic attended )
• Booking systems which require patients to book appointment
• Consultant referral;
• Confirmation letters/phone calls
• Volunteer Support & Role
• Targeting BME groups in partnership with community organisations
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How to set up a Macmillan Health and Well Being Clinic
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Review evaluation material
Engage MDT and Medical lead
Agree survivorship pathway
Agree case of need
Agree operational policy (include awareness
raising/marketing)
• Decide content
• Set up steering group to monitor project
• Lots of help on LearnZone!
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Health and wellbeing clinic component options
Awareness & Engagement
Community & patient / Third sector
MDT via attendance at NSSGs / Primary care /
HWB Integrated in cancer care pathways
Training packages for Staff /Volunteers
Pre
HWB
Inputs
Pre HWB Assessment
HNA undertaken
Pre HWB questionnaire from patients/carers to shape event
Referral Mechanisms, inc. self referral, booking,
confirmation
Administrative Support (paid/voluntary)
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Processes
– Tracker system
HWB
Clinic
Event
Intervention
– HNA and care plan (supported by volunteer)
–Self management tool and techniques, folder & action plan
– Exercises eg Relaxation techniques
Communication Models
– Presentations / CDs/ video/ photo loops
– Market stalls
– One to one support / Group work/open discussions
– Music/song/dance/drama
Information Giving
– Health and wellbeing messages and services to access
– Information leaflets
– Volunteer navigated support and signposting
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Documentation
Letter to GP, copy to patient and action in notes
Follow up card with contacts, signs/symptoms of recurrence
Action plan revisited at agreed time
Post clinic evaluation and targeted support eg Belfast/Leeds
model
HWB
Outputs
Buddy Support Programme
Patient referred to peer support programme where exist
Timely Referral & Access to Other Services
Third sector eg Sister to Sister group Leeds
Dedicated programmes eg fatigue management
Information
Information pack/health and wellbeing booklets/rehab folder
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Why do Health and Wellbeing Clinics work?
Health and Wellbeing Clinics help people to take control by:
• Focusing on an individual’s role in maximising their own quality of life
• Enabling attendees to find out more about what matters to them
• Supporting an holistic approach by involving a wide range of support
services
• Acting as a springboard for continuing activity
Aiming to increase self-efficacy
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What is self-efficacy?
• ‘Confidence in the power to ‘master’ the environment influences active
participation in health enhancing behaviours’ (Lev, 1992)
• Your belief in your ability to make a difference to your life
Four methods used for enhancing self efficacy:
• ‘Mastery’ experiences – actual skills performance
• ‘Vicarious’ experience – seeing others succeed
• Verbal /social persuasion – positive feedback; suggestion; self
instructed performance
• Physiological feedback – emotional arousal
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How can Macmillan help you? – Getting Back in the
Driving Seat/Taking Charge resource
• Providing focus for person to think about
what matters to them
• Gives physical space where important
issues can be recorded & reflected upon
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Contents of Taking Charge
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Introduction about self management
Tips to support self management
Useful information
Prompts for consideration of issues affecting health & wellbeing
Plan for action to help move forward - focus on:
• motivation for change
• action to be taken
• desired result
• plan for setbacks
• reward for achievement
• utilising available support
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Taking Charge – supporting people to self manage
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How can Macmillan help you? – Getting the Right
Messages Across presentation
• Underpins aim of Health and Wellbeing Clinics to enable attendees to manage dayto-day issues as independently as possible.
• Customise with local information and images & order different silhouettes at
be.macmillan.org.uk
• Additional information for presenters in notes
• Can be used as training resource as well as in clinics
Addresses issues of:
Vocational Rehabilitation/ Cancer-Related Fatigue
Work support
Diet
Emotional Issues
Financial Issues
Sexual Issues
Physical ability
Practical support
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How can Macmillan help you? – Learn Zone
• learnzone.macmillan.org.uk
Contains all information about Macmillan’s face-to-face L&D and elearning offer for PABC, volunteers, health and social care
professionals and Macmillan staff (need to register)
• Health and Wellbeing Clinics section:
– Click on ‘Special Interest Groups’ on top left side of home page
– Select ‘Health and Wellbeing Clinic’ from list of groups
• Presentations and Resources section – Setting Up A Clinic
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Contact us at Macmillan
• setting up a Health and Wellbeing Clinic:
– Fay Scullion 07834 192222 [email protected]
– Jane Rudge 07834 191245 [email protected]
• self management support training for volunteers and resources
– Suma Surendranath 020 7840 4982
[email protected]
• Stephen Hindle 020 7091 2045 [email protected]
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