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This article explores the changes that are likely to occur by the end of this century in the pattern of cancer as a disease, in its treatment and in the care for patients and their families in order to identify the kind of educational preparation that cancer nurses will require to meet their...
This article describes an evaluation of patient satisfaction with the care provided by a multidisciplinary cancer team based in a cancer unit which is a designated specialist cancer‐treatment centre. An opportunistic sample of patients attending cancer out‐patient clinics were approached, and 93...
Nursing research is a challenging area in which European nurses still have to develop expertise. The needs of cancer nurses were identified in the literature and classified according to the following three categories: • Why is research needed? • What is needed to understandhitiatdperform...
A new education package covering every aspect of the management of chemotherapy‐ and radiotherapy‐ induced emesis is currently being produced by the International Society of Nurses in Cancer Care in collaboration with Glaxo. It is intended to have wide application and can be used as a...
The term ‘alternative’ or ‘complementary’ diet refers to any modification to a normal diet that claims to cure or treat cancer. These diets may be advocated for use in conjuction with, or instead of, conventional anti‐cancer treatment. Although treated with scepticism by the dietetic and medical...
Book reviewed in this article: Reducing the Risk of Cancers by Tom Heller, Basiro Davey and Lorna Bailey (eds).
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