Cancer Nursing Practice
Unions urge higher take-up of NHS and social care coronavirus life assurance scheme
Call to end ‘needless delays’ for demoralised and traumatised nursing staff
Rachel Trott had started her first NHS job only three months earlier at a hospital in Kent
The virus has been linked to heart damage, but has also disrupted care across the specialty
UK-REACH project is exploring physical and mental health impact
Whistle-blower tells MPs of her experiences of bullying in the NHS
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Emphasis on risk of exposure to asbestos in high-risk jobs may have obscured others at risk
Use digital technology to support self-management and communicate with hard-to-reach groups
Colleagues and families pay tribute to nursing professionals who have died across the UK
Nurses in all sectors will have contact with victims, but can also be at risk themselves
The smartphone apps that support your practice and can make your home life easier too
The RCN’s quick reference guide will help you to avoid the common pitfalls
Providing cutting-edge care is just part of the attraction, alongside advanced skills
Chief nurse Karen Bonner is promoting research on prostate cancer risk for black men
In times of distress and anxiety, Maggie’s UK centres are vital, says CEO Dame Laura Lee
People with cancer need to know healthcare services are there for them, to advise and care
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
Children’s cancer nurse Helen Pearson explains what motivates her academic work
Cancer centre chief executive’s own experience of being disciplined shaped her approach
Urology nursing is facing the challenges of COVID-19 with ‘courage in the face of adversity’