Cancer Nursing Practice
Labour MP Dawn Butler tables bill amendment so that only NMC-registered nurses are legitimate
Registrants discuss factors forcing many to quit, as NMC reveals extent of departures
Nurse leaders fear many staff will quit due to burnout and winter pressures, a survey reveals
Fair pay rise now an urgent priority, to stop flow of nurses out of profession, insists RCN
‘Serious care failings’ found by inquiry, which calls for better education
RCN says patient and nurse safety is at risk and contributing to an unsustainable NHS
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The principles of prehabilitation in cancer care and its benefits for people with cancer
Oral health may be overlooked by healthcare staff, but can lead to serious mouth problems
Nurses need to be alert to possible symptoms at the earliest stage
Nurses encouraged to learn more about dangers posed by cytotoxic drugs
Macmillan’s 43 support workers have improved quality of service and patient experience
Potential cases can be easily missed in primary care as symptoms mirror common ailments
Training given by actors is helping NHS staff to look after themselves better
Even before the pandemic, provision was inadequate. Share your views on joined-up support
Uniform for NHS staff in England will have a dress option and reflect cultural diversity
‘What matters most’ discussions are fundamental to advance care planning
A student explains what she learned from the death of a patient during a placement
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
We explain the requirements and timeline, plus how to stay on track using a portfolio
Find out what you need to do to be qualified to practise as a non-medical prescriber
Learn to identify and develop the skills you use day-to-day that can open up career options