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Could survivor’s guilt be a lasting impact for patients recovering from COVID-19?

Research nurses say some patients experience anxiety and guilt after discharge

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COVID-19: how live chat has helped specialist nurses support men with prostate cancer

During COVID-19 Prostate Cancer UK nurses have adopted new ways of working

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Forum focus: we belong in key influencing roles on merit

Nurses have had to fight for a place at the table when important decisions are made

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Talking about death and dying: COVID-19 has taught us not to wait

Help nursing colleagues and teams cope with grief by signposting to information and support

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Coping with the death of a colleague: advice and support for nurses

How to deal with bereavement at work and where to go for support

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Picture shows an older woman in bed, wearing an oxygen mask, talking to a medic. Lorraine Creech describes the challenges facing the charity supporting people with mesothelioma

Quality care for people with mesothelioma during the COVID-19 pandemic and beyond

Challenges facing the charity supporting people with this asbestos-related cancer

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Guiding people with advanced cancer through COVID-19

A clinical nurse specialist’s perspective on communicating with patients and families

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Picture shows a young nurse in scrubs looking weary with her hand to her head. Added stress from the coronavirus and helping patients to cope with an uncertain future is stretching the resilience of nurses.

COVID-19: staff well-being initiatives are vital as nurses face greater pressures

The COVID-19 crisis and helping patients to cope is extremely stressful on nurses

Picture shows an older man appearing anxious while looking at a computer screen. Research by Macmillan shows thousands of people with cancer are left anxious, depressed or confused after finding misleading information online.

Macmillan: how nurses can tackle online cancer myths and bogus cures

Research shows thousands are made anxious, depressed or confused by false information online

Cancer care can benefit from sharing the stories of those affected

Sharing lived experiences can help deliver more holistic cancer care

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How I made the move from NHS to private healthcare

Helen Dutton describes the adjustments she needed to make in a new job with Bupa

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SAlly Kitchin and colleagues collecting the 2019 RCNi Commitment to Carers Award

Improving the health and well-being of unpaid carers – initiatives with impact

How Commitment to Carers award nominees have shared their work and inspired others

How Marie Curie's Talkabout campaign tackles taboo around death and dying

Early and open conversations can make a huge difference to the end of life experience

How a cancer charity trains nurses to respond to calls for support

Training for nurse specialists at Prostate Cancer UK includes mentors and a learning contract

End of life care: my experience as a nurse and daughter

Nurse Alison Woods describes her contrasting emotions during her mum's final days

How Facebook transformed our breast screening service

Uptake increased thanks to social media posts and a messaging app

Clinical research nurses are at the forefront of life-saving cancer work

Three leading cancer experts explain why the role of the clinical research nurse is crucial

I was diagnosed with depression caused by stress and compassion fatigue

Nurse Aly Foyle appeared to have it all, but then she started to fear going to work

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