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21st August 2020
This week we'd like to introduce you to Jazmin, a third year undergraduate student studying law at The University of Sheffield.
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20th August 2020
​Cancer treatment for anybody can be difficult, but for someone who has a learning disability or additional needs it can be truly overwhelming. With the support of individuals with a learning disability The Clatterbridge Cancer Centre NHS Foundation Trust has created a short film to help patients with learning disabilities gain confidence in attending hospital for treatment.
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14th August 2020
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13th August 2020
Today we're introducing you to meet Fliss, an Adult Nursing Student from Liverpool who works as a Nursing Assistant in hospitals in Knowsley and Liverpool.
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6th August 2020
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31st July 2020
Volunteers play a vital role here at The Clatterbridge Cancer Centre. An extension of our expert team of staff, our volunteers enhance the experience of our patients and their families across our three hospitals.One such volunteer is post-graduate student, Karl Costigan.
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30th July 2020
This week we're introducing you student nurse and Clatterbridge Cancer Centre - Liverpool volunteer Daniel.
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29th July 2020
We are incredibly proud of our hard-working nurses, who are dedicated to the on-going support of patients and their families, whilst also providing the very best in cancer care for people in our region. One of those who embodies these principles is Jackie Rooney, our Head of Nursing and Safeguarding and a recent recipient of the accolade of Queen’s Nurse. Jackie is one of only 25 nurses in the region to receive the accolade.
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24th July 2020
This week we're introducing you to Becca who is studying to become a Therapeutic Radiographer.
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23rd July 2020
The Clatterbridge Cancer Centre is to launch four new clinical studies which will investigate the effects of COVID-19 (coronavirus) on people with cancer. Money raised by the Trust’s charity, The Clatterbridge Cancer Charity, will be used to fund the first phase of the studies which will take up to 18 months to establish results that could help shape the future of cancer care across the country.
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