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60 seconds with Macmillan nurse consultant Claire Taylor

Be courageous and put yourself forward for as many opportunities as you can, says Macmillan nurse consultant in colorectal cancer Claire Taylor. 
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Be courageous and put yourself forward for as many opportunities as you can, says Macmillan nurse consultant in colorectal cancer Claire Taylor

Claire Taylor qualified as a nurse 30 years ago, gaining a Bachelor of Nursing degree at the University of Southampton. A Macmillan professional for more than 20 years, she has worked in a variety a clinical posts and has also been a lecturer in gastrointestinal (GI) nursing at King’s College London. Married with two teenage daughters, she has been in her current role as Macmillan nurse consultant in colorectal cancer at London North West Healthcare NHS Trust since April 2015.

What are your main work responsibilities? My role is 50% clinical, supporting people diagnosed with cancer and developing services for those living with and beyond cancer, and 50% research,

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