Healthcare workers cannot plug nurse shortage gaps
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Healthcare workers cannot plug nurse shortage gaps

Richard Henry Lecturer in cancer nursing, Queen’s University Belfast

You do not have to be a nurse to provide care and support for people with cancer. In an arrangement that largely works well, most people with cancer live at home ably assisted by family and friends with low-level input from healthcare professionals.

Cancer Nursing Practice. 16, 9, 5-5. doi: 10.7748/cnp.16.9.5.s1

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