Nurses take on patient family role amid curbs on visitors
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Nurses take on patient family role amid curbs on visitors

Compensating for visitor restrictions is among the biggest struggles of COVID-19 pandemic, Cancer Nursing Practice webinar hears

Nurses have taken on the role of patients’ families during the COVID-19 crisis, an experienced nurse has said. Royal Marsden NHS Foundation Trust haematology matron Aly Foyle made the comment at the RCNi’s Cancer Nursing Practice webinar on 1 December, when discussing the pressures staff were facing.

Cancer Nursing Practice. 20, 1, 6-6. doi: 10.7748/cnp.20.1.6.s2

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