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📅 20th - 21st June 2024 📍 Glasgow

Karen Clayton

Karen was appointed Macmillan Lung/Palliative CNS in April 2010, prior to this her career was mainly in the acute sector. Karen worked on medical wards, ICU/HDU as well as being an A&E Sister for six years and Medical Nurse Practitioner for three. She trained at Stepping Hill hospital and Manchester University before moving to Macclesfield District General. Karen attained her Masters of Arts in Advanced Nursing Practice from John Moores University in 2012 and became a Non Medical Prescriber in 2013.In October 2014 she became Lead Nurse for Lung Cancer team at East Cheshire. In June 2018 she was honoured to receive the Queen Elizabeth Queen Mother award for Outstanding Nursing Service from the Queen's Nursing Institute. She has recently attained a BSc (Hons) Degree in Management in Health & Social Care at Manchester Metropolitan University.

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