Cancer Nursing Practice
Online sources list rigorous steps to take after each shift – but what do the experts say?
Employers and loved ones praise dedication of Alice Kit Tak Ong and Rebecca Mack
Inadequate provision is compromising nurse and patient safety, RCN warns
Public Health England guidance contrasts with Resuscitation Council advice on CPR
NHS staff can speak to volunteers from charities such as Hospice UK and the Samaritans
Three-pronged survey will look at healthcare staff’s experiences throughout the pandemic
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Psychological care for people with cancer and their carers is not meeting demand
A review of evidence around potential medicinal use in treating cancer-related pain
This literature review aims to evaluate the effectiveness of such interventions
Physical exercise has a positive effect on cancer patients before, during and after treatment
Nurses help patients to resume a normal routine by treating them at their workplace
Support for women service users with severe mental illness to access screening
Two nurses and a breast surgeon offer a unique perspective on cancer care
Why not nominate yourself or a colleague for these prestigious nursing awards?
New care pathway could also ease strain on prostate cancer services
Politicians must see value of vital role
The COVID-19 crisis and helping patients to cope is extremely stressful on nurses
Healthcare professionals share their experiences as cancer patients
Looking after a patient nearing the end of life can be daunting, but one nursing student realised that through a caring approach he was able to make a difference
When nursing student Laurie Batchelor helped care for a patient in the community with cancer, she gained a greater understanding of the experiences of those living with invisible conditions
When nursing student Georgia Brain created a book of lyrics to help her patients remember the words of songs from their youth, she learned a valuable lesson about the importance of a patient-centred approach to care
A theatre nurse reflects on how her high-tech role enhances patient contact
Joining a cancer ward can be daunting, but it allows you to work closely with patients
‘Even healthcare professionals don’t know enough about neuroendocrine cancers’