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07 September 2020 | Vol 19, Issue 5

Oral care of patients in the cancer setting

Barry Gerard Quinn, Frances Campbell, Lorraine Fulman, Jocelyn Harding, Susan Dargan, Jane Mathlin, Joanna Gemmill, Charles Kelly, Claire Morgan, Maureen Thompson, Sonja Hoy

Evidence and practice

Nurse-patient conversations

Jennifer Trueland


How to conduct difficult conversations digitally

Christine Lowe, Charlene Jones

Can survivors of COVID-19 later experience guilt?

Gwendolyn Saalmink, Heather Iles-Smith

Clinical update

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