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A Lancashire nurse is back at work just months after undergoing a ground-breaking cancer treatment that will soon be offered at hospitals in the UK.
A matron’s retelling of a story of an abused baby as a learning tool for staff has received an award for promoting reflective care experiences.
A nationally renowned specialist trust has been rated outstanding following an inspection by the Care Quality Commission.
The Christie NHS Foundation Trust is starting a new specialist course for nurses and allied health professionals working in cancer.
Having radiotherapy twice a day rather than once halves treatment time and is equally good at treating small cell lung cancer, according to UK researchers.
NHS leaders have failed to recognise the value of nurse-led services provided in patients’ homes and must do more to develop this type of service as part of its vision for the future, a group of experts has claimed.
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We talk to Lynsey Ayers, a staff nurse for St Ann’s Hospice.
A review into whistleblowing concerns at a North West cancer trust has found “no evidence” of serious failings but highlighted areas in need of improvement.
A specialist in both cancer and dementia care was last night revealed as this year’s Nursing Times Nurse of the Year in front of hundreds of other members of the profession.
A charity known for its work promoting the bone marrow register has marked a change of policy direction by appointing its first post-transplant specialist nurses.