During COVID-19 Prostate Cancer UK nurses have adopted new ways of working
Nurses have had to fight for a place at the table when important decisions are made
Help nursing colleagues and teams cope with grief by signposting to information and support
How to deal with bereavement at work and where to go for support
Challenges facing the charity supporting people with this asbestos-related cancer
A clinical nurse specialist’s perspective on communicating with patients and families
Caring, courageous and innovative work goes on amid the fear and grief
Healthcare professionals share their experiences as cancer patients
A new charity is creating stylish wigs for people facing medical-related hair loss
Coronation Street has been praised for its balanced portrayal of life with cancer
Do too many nurses bury their feelings after a challenging experience at work?
Laura James, senior specialist nurse at Prostate Cancer UK, commends men who are defying taboos and speaking about their experiences
Public Health England head of digital strategy Mary Black, who lost her father and grandfather to smoking-related diseases, has urged nurses who smoke to lead by example and kick the habit. Nursing Standard readers have their say.
‘Delayed cancer surgery’ is making headlines yet again – but that's not the whole story
Cancer nurses can contribute to policy development, such as the consultation on the drugs fund
October turns pink to raise awareness of breast cancer
Without prompt action, obesity could cause 670,000 new cases of cancer in the UK in the next two decades, warns Cancer Research UK.
Assistant professor Vineeth Joseph reviews Psychosocial issues in Palliative Care
Nurse consultant Natalie Doyle reviews a life-affirming memoir
Chemotherapy nurse consultant Catherine Oakley reviews Anti Cancer Living
Maria Leadbeater reviews The Complete Guide to Breast Cancer
Community liaison nurse team leader Kate Law reviews the Oxford Textbook of Palliative Medicine
Informative reference book written from a US perspective