The implications of Brexit for nurses are challenging
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The implications of Brexit for nurses are challenging

Daniel Kelly RCN chair, Nursing research at Cardiff University, and past president of the European Oncology Nursing Society

The EU referendum in 2016 could result in significant issues for the UK’s health services and cancer nurses need to be aware of them to ensure the best possible outcomes

As abbreviations go, ‘Brexit’ entered the English language only recently, but it is likely to present us with the biggest political change facing the UK for more than a generation.

Cancer Nursing Practice. 17, 2, 14-14. doi: 10.7748/cnp.17.2.14.s12

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