Issue : 7 September 2016
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Did you know that the four most common types of financial queries from people affected by cancer are around benefits, household costs, managing money and pensions?1
As a student nurse, as in life, knowing what you don’t know is as important as knowing what you do.
The vital role of the country’s diminishing number of school nurses is further threatened by bureaucracy, the Children’s Commissioner for England has warned.
‘My general placement was an eye-opener’Subscription
My first year as a mental health student nurse has been challenging, rewarding and insightful, but one of my most memorable experiences was a placement at a general hospital alongside qualified adult nurses.
This booklet has been written to help you make decisions about your treatment. It describes how you can find out about your treatment options.
This leaflet is about how to manage your energy costs. It was previously titled Keeping warm without the worry. The leaflet gives information on talking to your energy supplier, switching your supplier and saving energy in your home.
Senior nurses appointed by national regulatorSubscription
The national regulatory body NHS Improvement has appointed two senior nurses to newly created leadership posts.
This booklet is for people who have cancer that has come back or spread, sometimes called advanced cancer. It includes information on coping with the effects of advanced cancer, planning ahead and financial support.
The Macmillan Support Line has access to an interpretation service in over 200 languages.
As you know, leading a physically active lifestyle both during and after cancer treatment is linked to a number of benefits – such as slower disease progression, improved survival rates and reduced recurrence.