COVID-19: guiding people with advanced cancer
Mary van Zyl Clinical nurse specialist, Drug development unit at The Royal Marsden Hospital, London
A clinical nurse specialist’s views on communicating with people with cancer and their families during the pandemic
At the time of writing we are a few weeks into restriction of movement and full isolation for ‘high risk’ individuals to protect us all from COVID-19. The consequences of such momentous change is clear. But the wave of change in oncology and oncology nursing practice requires a moment of reflection.
Cancer Nursing Practice.
19, 4, 14-15.
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