Holistic, person-centred care is vital for people living with cancer
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Holistic, person-centred care is vital for people living with cancer

Claire Taylor @Claire_Taylor22 Chief nursing officer, Macmillan Cancer Support

Four months ago, I began my role as chief nursing officer (CNO) at Macmillan Cancer Support (MCS). This is a joint leadership position, which I share with our chief medical officer Richard Simcock. Alongside this, I continue to work part time as a nurse consultant so that I can remain clinically informed and up-to-date with professional issues that affect our ability as nurses to provide high-quality care.

Cancer Nursing Practice. 21, 6, 5-5. doi: 10.7748/cnp.21.6.5.s1

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