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How to help patients, families and carers find hope in a crisis

Constructive hope could help nurses respond appropriately when someone is seriously ill

It’s time to consider simplifying standards

Streamlining standards for nursing could make them more user-friendly and effective, says Nikki Morris

Overseas nurses: my tips to secure a successful nursing career in the UK

Nurse Sojan Varghese recounts his journey from Dubai to London

Glove use: the COVID-19-driven habit we need to break

The pandemic has blurred understanding of guidance, so it’s time we were clear on the basics

Why a nurse-led ‘sponge on a string’ test offers a fast alternative to endoscopy

Non-invasive alternative boosts early detection of oesophageal adenocarcinoma

People with cancer need nursing support to cope with the psychological toll of COVID

When social restrictions are eased the well-being of people with the disease will be vital

How COVID-19 changed our ways of working – for the better

Ward sister Aisling Grant says pandemic innovations will be useful for the future

Dying and bereavement: what patients and families want at the end of life

Why workforce gaps and overstretched services remain the biggest hurdle to getting it right

How COVID-19 is affecting cancer nurses’ mental health, and what to do about it

As we come out of lockdown, we need to focus on our well-being

Our six key strategies for cancer nursing care

RCN cancer and breast care forum outlines its core aims for the future

COVID-19 vaccine: steps we’re taking to encourage uptake among staff in minority groups

Sensitivity to healthcare staff’s concerns about the jab is essential to boost uptake

Dying from inequality as much as from COVID-19: the reality for deprived communities

Nurses see the impact of poverty in the pandemic, and we must advocate for the disadvantaged

How to address mental health issues in people with cancer during COVID-19

Macmillan Cancer Support offers well-being advice for patients and nursing teams

Cancer care: resilience is vital for nurses and patients now and post-COVID-19

When the pandemic subsides, oncology nurses will need to support patients and each other

Dad’s death from prostate cancer has made me determined to raise awareness

Chief nurse Karen Bonner is promoting research on prostate cancer risk for black men

Cancer care: providing a safe place and support during the pandemic

In times of distress and anxiety, Maggie’s UK centres are vital, says CEO Dame Laura Lee

We need to rebuild trust and show we’re open for business

People with cancer need to know healthcare services are there for them, to advise and care

Lung cancer and COVID-19: by working together we can help patients

Lavinia Magee wants nurses to encourage people to use healthcare services during the pandemic

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