Resources for GPs
National Study Sessions 2021: Enhanced supportive care
October 2021, Zoom Webinar
Join free sessions throughout October on: symptom assessment and management; effective communications; emotional support; end of life care; and models of practice in ESC.
PERT and pancreatic cancer: an online educational session
2st October 2021, Zoom Webinar
Find out more about pancreatic enzyme replacement therapy (PERT) and get lots of top tips on effective use and troubleshooting, with senior specialist HPB dietitian, Mary Phillips.
Past event presentations
All Wales Webinar on Pancreatic Cancer, 24th June 2021
We teamed up with the Macmillan Primary Care Cancer Framework to deliver this free webinar for all healthcare professionals working in primary care in Wales. The session explored: early diagnosis of pancreatic cancer; pancreatic exocrine insufficiency (PEI), pancreatic enzyme replacement therapy (PERT) and diabetes; and opportunities to improve patient care in primary care.
10 top tips for GPs
We collaborated with Macmillan Cancer Support to develop a ’10 top tips’ resource for GPs. This resource was developed with guidance from our Patient and Carer Advisory Board and Macmillan GPs and highlights key facts and advice for GPs diagnosing pancreatic cancer.
Pancreatic enzyme replacement therapy (PERT) information
PERT online course
Free | 30 – 45 minutes
A health professional’s guide to pancreatic cancer and PERT, endorsed by the British Dietetic Association and Pancreatic Society of Great Britain and Ireland.
NHS Wales Health Collaborative has produced a one page information sheet on prescribing and advising your pancreatic cancer patients on pancreatic enzyme replacement therapy (PERT). This resource was reviewed by our Specialist Pancreatic Cancer Nurse, Lynne McCallum.
Symptom awareness materials
Information for your patients
Give your patients the knowledge they need to make informed choices by sharing our information. It’s easy to understand, reviewed by clinical experts and covers all aspects of pancreatic cancer so you can share it with full confidence.
Specialist Nurse Support Line for you
Our specialist nurses can support you with any specific questions you might have around caring for someone with pancreatic cancer. They also provide additional support to your patients and their families. Call our free and confidential Support Line on 0808 801 0707 or email email@example.com. Open Mon, Tue, Thu and Fri 9am – 4pm, and Wed 10am – 6pm.