Our clinical nursing articles aim to inform and educate nurse practitioners and students. This is achieved through the publication of peer-reviewed, evidence-based, relevant and topical articles.

Exploring the value of end-of-treatment clinics for teenagers and young adults

Recognising the needs of teenagers and young people at the end of their cancer treatment

Factors affecting patients’ decision-making about treatment for cancer

A literature review on providing patients with information on cancer treatments

Setting up an advisory group to explore the role of partners of adolescents and young...

Recognising the value of public patient involvement for people undergoing treatment

Improving cancer survivorship in the deaf community: a bespoke cancer information event

Evaluation of a project for deaf people accessing information on cancer survivorship

Supporting self-management for people with laryngeal cancer through printed information

Nurses can use a combination of generic and condition-specific self-management approaches
Open access

Effectiveness and safety of NEPA in preventing chemotherapy-induced nausea and vomiting

UK online service evaluation of patient-reported effectiveness of netupitant and palonosetron

Understanding the routes to diagnosis for colorectal cancer in New Zealand

Protocol paper on designing a research study aimed at understanding the routes to diagnosis

Effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on people with mesothelioma and their carers

This service evaluation focuses on the effects of the pandemic on patients and their carers

Barriers to the delivery and uptake of psychosocial care in adult cancer services

A critical evaluation of the literature using a qualitative research design

Caring for someone with cancer and severe mental illness

Cancer care for people with mental illness should be shared with mental health services

Providing cancer treatment and care to people living with cancer and dementia

Dementia complicates cancer treatment and care and there can be many challenges

Reducing the risk of medication errors in cancer settings

Steps that can be taken to reduce the risk of medication errors

Experiences of healthcare staff in cancer care for people with learning disabilities

A literature review of cancer assessment and treatment for people with learning disabilities

Mesothelioma: exploring gender differences in diagnosis, legal advice and risk

Emphasis on risk of exposure to asbestos in high-risk jobs may have obscured others at risk

Exploring the effectiveness of digital technology to support patients with adrenal...

Use of online information and support programmes for people with adrenal incidentaloma

Exploring the social and cultural patterns of male grief and associated health effects

The role of society and culture in influencing what is seen as a Western male grief response

Evaluating a digital self-management tool for people living with multiple myeloma

Findings from a study of a digital tool to support people with multiple myeloma

Exploring relationships in the search for meaning in people living with cancer: part 2

Second of two articles describing the personal story of cancer