Category list : Papworth Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
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Too many lung cancer patients in the UK are missing out on “pivotal” support from a clinical nurse specialist, experts have warned.
The senior nurse at the UK’s leading heart and lung hospital has said nursing staff “really deserve” the royal title being given to the organisation, following their “fantastic contribution” over the years.
Mesothelioma nurse appointed in CambridgeSubscription
Specialist nurse Kate Slaven will support asbestos-related cancer patients at Papworth Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, it has been announced.
Revealed: The trusts most reliant on EU staffSubscription
Specialist trusts and those in London have the largest proportions of staff from the European Union, analysis by Nursing Times’ sister title HSJ has shown.
A nursing research unit based at Anglia Ruskin University in Cambridge is to open later this month, with one of its initial projects being to investigate how cancer patients can be better supported during drug trials.
A nurse-led project at a specialist heart hospital is pioneering an innovative website for young adults transitioning from children’s services.
British scientists have launched a pioneering trial to see whether gene therapy can potentially replace heart transplants.
A third of NHS staff have witnessed “near misses” or errors in the last month that could harm patients, new figures show.
Cambridge University Hospitals Foundation Trust has appointed a new interim chief nurse, the trust has announced.
Jonny Briggs gave up a well-paid job in a bank to pursue his lifelong ambition of being a nurse.