In coping with the pandemic, nurses have introduced new and innovative forms of practice and learning
I have worked at the Royal Marsden since 2016, and in November 2020 became a sister on the hospital’s Bud Flanagan west ward, which cares for patients with haematological cancers. COVID-19 turned the ward’s processes upside down and we had to develop new ways of working to continue delivering treatment while keeping patients safe from the virus, navigate the impact of visitor restrictions and support the well-being of the team.
Cancer Nursing Practice. 20, 4, 13-13. doi: 10.7748/cnp.20.4.13.s7
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