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The impact of the war in Ukraine on HIV services

The war in Ukraine has inevitably led to the country's health system functioning at reduced capacity, and attacks near hospitals mean people cannot safely attend for diagnosis or treatment....

Young and early career cancer nurses: sustaining the future of cancer nursing

Cancer is becoming ever more prevalent but, in turn, cancer treatments are improving, resulting in more people surviving or living longer with cancer. Current statistics show that around 375 000 new...

Every organisation needs a Sherpa

‘The Sherpa is there to listen to feedback, understand the challenges, answer questions and work to put in place the bespoke support required to make the journey less hazardous for the next explorer...

Developing the nursing research agenda during the COVID-19 pandemic

Because of the unique characteristics of COVID-19, there is a need to better understand the sociodemographic, clinical and symptom profile of patients, which will eventually inform nursing...

Enhancing the cancer workforce response to domestic violence and abuse: the time is now

‘We want to ensure that victim-survivors of DVA—those with, and those caring for someone with, cancer—are offered a chance to disclose in the cancer setting and be referred for specialist...

Cardiovascular disease risk in rheumatoid arthritis

In patients with rheumatoid arthritis, regular screening and management of hyperlipidemia, hypertension, diabetes and obesity are vital to mitigate cardiovascular risk. Other variables, such as...

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