The Macmillan Cancer Pathways and Palliative Care Improvement Grant seeks to improve people’s experiences of cancer and palliative care and treatment in Dumfries and Galloway.
There is a total of £120,000 available and is split up into the following areas.
|Learning and development including MIP team set-up and engagement activities||£12,000|
|Acute Cancer Teams||£22,000|
|Community Health and Social Care Teams||£10,000|
|Social Work Team (cancer/palliative care)||£22,000|
|Acute Palliative Care Team||£20,000|
|Community Palliative Care Team||£22,000|
|Third and Independent Sector (cancer/palliative care)||£12,000|
Criteria for Application
Projects must clearly demonstrate improvements to the experiences of people over 18 years affected by cancer, their families and Carers resident in Dumfries and Galloway.
Projects must clearly demonstrate improvements to the experiences of people over 18 years who require palliative care as a result of a life limiting condition, their families and Carers resident in Dumfries and Galloway. This is not only for people requiring palliative care because of cancer; this is inclusive of all life limiting conditions.
The closing data is Satuday November 30
Further information can be found here: 20190918-MIP-Grant- letter-FINAL