COVID-19: Six strategies for cancer nursing care
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COVID-19: Six strategies for cancer nursing care

Nikki Morris Chair, RCN cancer and breast care forum, and chief executive officer of Age UK Camden

RCN cancer and breast care forum outlines its core aims for nurses and patients during and after the pandemic

Every year, the RCN cancer and breast care forum holds a strategy day where we come together as a committee to agree on our focus for the subsequent year. This year’s, held in March, was no different, except being online. It was great to meet up and see each other after 12 difficult months, but we missed the downtime interaction over lunch or coffee to get to know colleagues – some for the first time and others whom we haven’t seen since congress.

Cancer Nursing Practice. 20, 3, 14-14. doi: 10.7748/cnp.20.3.14.s10

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