If you have pancreatic cancer, or are supporting someone with a diagnosis, these webinars are for you.

Healthcare professional? We offer dedicated events, training and resources for you.

‘Pancreatic Cancer and Diabetes’ webinar — Tuesday 24th May 2022, 6pm – 7.30pm

Hosted by specialist pancreatic cancer nurse Rachel Richardson (Pancreatic Cancer UK), this webinar features a presentation and Q&A with diabetes specialists Karen Mackie and Beverly Tuthill (Royal Surrey County Hospital).

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‘Ask a Dietitian’ webinar — 23rd March 2022

Hosted by specialist pancreatic cancer nurse Lisa Woodrow (Pancreatic Cancer UK), this webinar features a presentation and Q&A with specialist dietitian Rachel Caddy (Liverpool University NHS Foundation Trust).

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‘Living Well to the End of Life: Palliative Care for Pancreatic Cancer’ webinar — 12th January 2022

Hosted by specialist pancreatic cancer nurse Nicola Murphy (Pancreatic Cancer UK), this webinar features a presentation and Q&A with consultants in palliative medicine Dr James Davies (City Hospice) and Dr Margred Capel (City Hospice).

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‘Ask a Dietitian’ webinar — 3rd November 2021

Hosted by specialist pancreatic cancer nurse Dianne Dobson (Pancreatic Cancer UK), this webinar features a presentation and Q&A with specialist dietitians Rachel Caddy (Liverpool University NHS Foundation Trust) and Lauren Roberts (The Clatterbridge Cancer Centre).

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‘Ask a Dietitian’ webinar — 29th June 2021

Hosted by specialist pancreatic cancer nurse Rachel Richardson (Pancreatic Cancer UK), this webinar features a presentation and Q&A with specialist dietitian Rachel Caddy (Liverpool University NHS Foundation Trust).

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Free online support sessions

As well as webinars, we run a variety of online support sessions.

Speak to a specialist nurse, get information and ask questions at our Coping with Symptoms, Managing Chemotherapy and Managing Nutrition and Pancreatic Enzymes sessions, or join a Cuppa to chat to others in a similar situation.

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