A day in the life of a clinical research nurse
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A day in the life of a clinical research nurse

By sharing their work diaries, three cancer clinical research nurses offer an insight into the challenges and rewards of the role

Clinical research plays a crucial role in finding new treatments and improving patient outcomes and standards of care. At the forefront of this process are clinical research nurses, who undertake research through the delivery of clinical trials. They are directly involved in the patient care pathway, playing an important role as the patient’s advocate, ensuring their safety and supporting them throughout their time on the clinical trial.

Cancer Nursing Practice. 18, 6, 18-20. doi: 10.7748/cnp.18.6.18.s15

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