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Authored by: Tammy James, LCNUK Member
Wednesday, 20th July 2022

This blog is part of our #LCNUK2022 series, sharing attendees experiences of our LCNUK Annual Conference.

Authored by: Emma Halkyard, LCNUK Member
Wednesday, 20th July 2022

This blog is part of our #LCNUK2022 series, sharing attendees experiences of our LCNUK Annual Conference.

I left the LCNUK Annual Conference feeling invigorated and motivated, with a renewed sense of pride in the service we collectively provide to people affected by lung cancer.

Authored by: Bing Smith, LCNUK Member
Wednesday, 20th July 2022

This blog is part of our #LCNUK2022 series, sharing attendees experiences of our LCNUK Annual Conference.

I have attended the lung cancer nurse conference few times in the past. I could not wait for this year’s, as it has been so long since COVID.

Authored by: Hilary Neal, LCNUK Member
Wednesday, 20th July 2022

This blog is part of our #LCNUK2022 series, sharing attendees experiences of our LCNUK Annual Conference.

It was great to be back face to face at the Lung Cancer Nursing UK Conference this year. It has been a long time since we have been able to all get together, network and share our experiences of Covid and…

Authored by: Larissa Griffiths, LCNUK Member
Wednesday, 20th July 2022

This blog is part of our #LCNUK2022 series, sharing attendees experiences of our LCNUK Annual Conference.

I attended the LCNUK on 12 May 22, I found the conference very informative and enjoyed all the speakers. I especially enjoyed the 'CBT in 10 minutes' and 'symptom management, managing breathlessness'…

Authored by: Gemma Behenna, LCNUK Member
Tuesday, 19th July 2022

This blog is part of our #LCNUK2022 series, sharing attendees experiences of our LCNUK Annual Conference.

I found the conference to be a very well organised and educational event. It was great to be in a room where we were able to network with likeminded lung cancer colleagues, this is such an important part of…

Authored by: Vanessa Beattie, LCNUK Member
Tuesday, 19th July 2022

This blog is part of our #LCNUK2022 series, sharing attendees experiences of our LCNUK Annual Conference.

What an absolute delight it was to attend a face to face conference. It feels like such a long time since we had the privilege to do so.

Authored by: Natalie Barnett, LCNUK member
Tuesday, 19th July 2022

This blog is part of our #LCNUK2022 series, sharing attendees experiences of our LCNUK Annual Conference.

After a long couple of years only communicating via zoom it was fantastic to meet up with and learn from our wider colleagues. The atmosphere was, as always, great and the itinerary had a fantastic…

Authored by: By Rachel Thomas, Meso/Lung Cancer CNS Guy’s and St Thomas NHS Trust
Tuesday, 22nd December 2020

It may seem strange at this present time to be encouraging you to read a book about death and dying when death and grief seem to be all around us. In fact when my colleague Jackie Dawson gave me this book and said read this I did think I don’t think mentally I can read this book right now. But I am so glad I did…

Authored by: By Rachel Thomas, Meso/Lung Cancer CNS Guy’s and St Thomas NHS Trust
Friday, 20th November 2020

ESMO 2020 was a virtual affair this year due to Covid19, however there were still plenty of interesting clinical trials and studies to broaden my knowledge.   I have picked out one of my highlights to share with you all. 

Sara Colomer-Lahiguera is an experienced Postdoctoral Researcher…

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