As cancer care becomes more complex and demanding, we will need to redefine what nurses do
As 2019 begins, trusts should look at ways to keep cancer nurses on board
Kenneth Calman, who spoke at the 2018 Scottish Oncology Summit, produced the first framework for commissioning cancer services
Words associated with cancer don't have to be like walking into a battlefield
How can we increase awareness of the importance of specialist nursing positions in the NHS?
Susanne Cruickshank discusses the proactive changes afoot within the RCN cancer and breast care forum
Inspiring BBC podcast deals with the realities of living with a cancer diagnosis
Staffing pressures often mean missed breaks, but projects that bring small changes to ward management could give nurses a chance to rest and refuel, writes Susanne Cruickshank
In a bid to raise funds, the Stand Up to Cancer campaign group produced a special series of popular show The Great British Bake Off. But RCN cancer and breast care forum chair Susanne Cruickshank thinks there has been a clash of messages given the publication of figures relating to obesity and cancer ahead of the series.
Apps and digital tools can help people to customise treatment but we must make sure we create functional systems to be used in a practical environment
Susanne Cruickshank, on what the New Year could bring for the NHS.
Ensuring that the voice of nursing is heard can often be tricky, but is an important part of the RCN's role.