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Bringing a nursing perspective to Brexit

Brexit could result in significant issues for the UK's health services and cancer nurses must be aware of them to ensure the best possible outcomes

Brexit could result in significant issues for the UK's health services and cancer nurses must be aware of them to ensure the best possible outcomes

As abbreviations go, ‘Brexit’ entered the English language only recently, but it is likely to present us with the biggest political change facing the UK for more than a generation.

Among the popular acronyms in nursing in recent years are the 6Cs drawn up by chief nursing officer for England Jane Cummings to sum up the core nursing values.

Four Cs

I suggest that Brexit can be considered by referencing the three Cs, and when cancer is added to the argument, the number rises to four, which I will outline in turn.

Contentious is the first C; with the result so close, and people’s views so disparate, it is unsurprising that debate and

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