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📅 20th - 21st June 2024 📍 Glasgow

Carolyn MacRae

Queen Elizabeth University Hospital, Glagsow

Carolyn joined Mesothelioma UK in 2017 as a Clinical Nurse Specialist (CNS) and in 2020, became Mesothelioma UK CNS Team Lead for Scotland.

Working within a dedicated specialist pleural team Carolyn helps provide holistic support to patients with mesothelioma from initial presentation through their diagnosis, treatment journey and beyond.
She has helped develop local, regional and national services and is an active member of the Scottish Mesothelioma Network, a collaborative initiate established in 2019 bringing together specialist health care professionals, support organisations and other stakeholders to enhance understanding, provide specialist care and drive improvements in the field.

As CNS Team Lead, she helps support the development and welfare of the Mesothelioma CNS team across Scotland. Together, the CNS team work to deliver network goals, advocate for patients, promote equitable treatment and trial access and provide specialist support, advice and care for all patients no matter where they live in the country.

The conference has been instigated and organised by LCNUK. Sponsors have contributed funding towards this event in return for exhibition space. They have had no input into the agenda or the selection of speakers with the exception of any sponsored symposia which are clearly indicated.

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Annual Conference

Join us for the LCNUK Conference 2024, the go-to event for any nurse working in lung cancer.

Held Thursday 20th - Friday 21st June at the Hilton Hotel, Glasgow. In this year’s event we’ll be returning to the fundamentals that are so important to our role focusing on patient centred care and symptom management.

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