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.

Upcoming webinars

Pancreatic cancer and diet webinar

Hosted by specialist pancreatic cancer nurse Nicci Murphy (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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Pancreatic cancer and diet webinars

‘Ask a Dietitian’ webinar — 28th March 2023

Hosted by specialist pancreatic cancer nurse Jeni Jones (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 — 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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Read our information about diet and digestion

We have lots of information you help you manage any problems with your diet and digestion. Find out more about how the cancer can affect your diet and digestion, how to take pancreatic enzyme replacement therapy (PERT), tips for managing symptoms and more.

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‘Pancreatic Cancer and Diabetes’ webinars

‘Pancreatic Cancer and Diabetes’ webinar — 24th May 2022

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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Find out more about diabetes

Read our information to find out more about diabetes including symptoms and how it is treated in people with pancreatic cancer.

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‘Treatment for pancreatic cancer if you can’t have surgery’ webinars

‘Treatment for pancreatic cancer if you can’t have surgery’ webinar – Tuesday 3rd October 2023

Hosted by Pancreatic Cancer UK Nurse Specialists Rachel Richardson and Lynne McCallum, this webinar discussed the non-surgical treatments, including chemotherapy and radiotherapy for those with pancreatic cancer. There was a focus on how to prepare for these treatments and how to keep well during and in between treatments. We also covered understanding clinical trials, how they might be useful for those with pancreatic cancer, common terminology and the role of genomics.

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Read our information about treatment options

Read our information about various treatment options, including chemotherapy, radiotherapy and clinical trials.

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‘Emotional Wellbeing and pancreatic cancer’ webinars

‘Emotional Wellbeing and pancreatic cancer’ webinar – Tuesday 12th December 2023

In this webinar, we talk through some of the different emotional responses you can expect and how to get the right support – from talking to friends and family to reaching out to us and other organisations and thinking about when you might need more specialist help.

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Read our information on emotional support

Here you’ll find information on how you can deal with the emotional impact of being diagnosed with pancreatic cancer, and how to get support.

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‘Living Well to the End of Life’ webinars

‘Living Well to the End of Life: Palliative Care for Pancreatic Cancer’ webinar — 6th September 2023

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

 

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‘Living Well to the End of Life: Palliative Care for Pancreatic Cancer’ webinar — 29th June 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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Read more about end of life care

We have information about what may happen in the last few months of life. You can find out more about the symptoms people with pancreatic cancer may get towards the end of their life and how these are managed. There is also information about how to get the care and support you might need, and information for family members.

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