COVID-19 is putting nurses under extreme pressure, so here’s how to help colleagues cope
London’s Royal Marsden NHS Foundation Trust is in talks with similar hospitals in Australia to set up an exchange programme for nursing staff. Lynne Pearce spoke to trust chief nurse Eamonn Sullivan
A student placement in a hospice ignited a passion for palliative care that has never left nurse Beth Hawkins, who years later has returned to the same hospice as a ward sister
From leadership and mindfulness to career coaching, Macmillan Cancer Support offers nurses a wealth of learning and development opportunities, writes Lynne Pearce.
Being a nurse doesn’t give immunity from long-term illness: points to consider after being diagnosed
Oncology clinical trials nurse Julia Jonasi tells Ann Dix why she loves her job – and its importance to patient care.
When nurses are a force for change, their own professional development benefits
A theatre nurse reflects on how her high-tech role enhances patient contact
Joining a cancer ward can be daunting, but it allows you to work closely with patients
‘Even healthcare professionals don’t know enough about neuroendocrine cancers’
Jane Pickard thrives on the chance to influence the future of cancer services
Jane Billing, lead for a urology oncology nurse specialist service, talks about her job