Essential Reading For Student Nurses
Free Cancer Care Supplement
Nurses are essential in delivering and developing expert care for people with cancer.
Nurses face a number of challenges in their day-to-day practice when treating cancer patients. As the number of people diagnosed with cancer increases, and the treatment of cancer changes and improves, the problems nurses experience in clinical practice are also changing. Keeping up to date with new developments and the latest research is fundamental to providing the relevant care at every stage of the patient journey.
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In this exclusive Cancer Care Supplement, British Journal of Nursing looks at key areas affecting this topic. These are just a few of the issues addressed in this 48 page supplement published by BJN:
How to provide supportive holistic care for both cancer patients and their families, plus the current trends and developments in cancer care nursing to identify the range of previous research pertaining to caring for patients with cancer on non-specialist wards.
An overview of the key risk factors, through to diagnosis and management of non-metastatic disease.
An overview of acute lymphoblastic leukaemia and acute myeloid leukaemia and how nurses and how to provide care aimed at minimizing the side effects of treatment and being constantly vigilant for any impending adverse effects
Providing effective transcultural nursing to patients from a different backgrounds with language barriers
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