NICaN Chemotherapy Nurse Group

The remit of this group is to provide clinical expertise and leadership in the development of chemotherapy nursing practice and to influence the development of chemotherapy services in order to ensure patients have equitable access to safe, high quality, standardized chemotherapy service across Northern Ireland 

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1 Jan 2016
Northern Ireland Cancer Network
The handling and administration of Systemic Anti-Cancer Therapy (SACT) is a recognised potential occupational hazard. Cytotoxic drugs have been shown...
1 Oct 2015
Northern Ireland Cancer Network
Peripheral Inserted Central Catheters (PICCs) are defined as catheters inserted via a peripheral vein and advanced along the upper arm with the tip...
1 Sep 2014
Northern Ireland Cancer Network
Many systemic anti-cancer treatments can cause hypersensitivity reactions. Anaphylaxis is the most severe form of hypersensitivity and is a rapid and...
1 Sep 2014
Northern Ireland Cancer Network
Radiotherapy is one of the treatment modalities used to treat cancer. Each year the radiotherapy department at the cancer centre treats approximately...
1 Apr 2014
Northern Ireland Cancer Network
This policy replaces the Belfast City Hospital Trust Skin Care Policy for Patients Receiving Radiotherapy (2006). A Multi professional working group...

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