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Three ways to support colleagues with cancer at diagnosis, during treatment and beyond

Breast surgeon Liz O’Riordan draws on her experience of breast cancer to advise on helping...

Nurses need to do more on cervical screening as Jade Goody effect fades

Ten years on from peak Jade Goody factor, nurses should encourage women to book a test

Nurses should encourage people to talk about dying

Demystify palliative care and advance care planning by helping patients to talk about death

Nurses need to improve their knowledge of skin cancer

Training and education would help nurses spot early signs of skin cancer and offer advice

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After diagnosis people with cancer need to be able to speak openly

Nurses have a vital role in helping patients express and cope with their fears and anxieties

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Forum Focus: the reality of cancer nursing

As cancer care becomes more complex and demanding, we will need to redefine what nurses do

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Where could an RCNi Nurse Awards nomination take your project?

Commitment to Carers award nominees have helped tackle crucial issues for unpaid carers

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Research nurses: specialists delivering high-quality care

Clinical research is a rewarding career that makes a difference to patients. Showcase your...

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Cancer nurses need the recognition they deserve

More needs to done to retain the valuable nurses caring for people who have cancer

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Why you should speak up about your achievements

Ruth Oshikanlu wants to help BME nurses feel confident applying for the RCNi Nurse Awards

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Why euthanasia has stunted palliative care's development in the animal world

Should the veterinary profession’s justification for euthanasia ever apply to human beings?

How can we reward cancer nurses for the service they give?

As 2019 begins, trusts should look at ways to keep cancer nurses on board

Forum focus: A time for reflection

Kenneth Calman, who spoke at the 2018 Scottish Oncology Summit, produced the first framework...

Joining forces globally to address oral complications for people with cancer

Improving clinicians' understanding of oral complications in cancer care through...

Cancer word play: why we need to stop using the language of war

Words associated with cancer don't have to be like walking into a battlefield

Meeting the challenges of returning to practice

Return to nursing can seem daunting, but the core values of the profession are unchanged

‘Finishing breast cancer treatment is often the hardest part of the whole experience’

It’s crucial to support women who are dealing with debilitating emotional side effects

Let’s have honest conversations about cancer

We should talk more openly to people with cancer about how best to handle their condition

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