Resilience will be vital for nurses as well as patients
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Resilience will be vital for nurses as well as patients

Nikki Morris @nikki_a_morris Chair, RCN cancer and breast care forum, Age UK Camden

When the pandemic subsides, oncology nurses will need to stay strong to support patients and each other in a fragile world

Nurses have long had to manage difficult situations where patients have had surgery postponed or had to wait longer for treatments than they would like. But we have never had a situation like the one we are in now. During the pandemic, the uncertainty and change for staff and patients is hard to quantify, let alone assimilate.

Cancer Nursing Practice. 20, 2, 13-13. doi: 10.7748/cnp.20.2.13.s8

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