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Almost two-thirds of nurses feel their mental health has deteriorated since the initial peak of the pandemic last spring and that national wellbeing support is still not good enough according to a Nursing Times survey.  

We are delighted to announce that LCNUK will be resuming its small grants scheme this year.

The deadline for applications is 5pm on 30th May 2021

An announcement will be made regarding successful applications on 30th June 2021

Applications will be judged by a panel comprising the Chair of...

ALK Positive have launched an excellent Good Practice Guide from the patients perspective.  The document aims to empower patients to be involved in and informed about their treatment.  It is intended for use by patients diagnosed with Alk-Positive NonSmall Cell Lung Cancer (NSCLC), the majority of whom...

Calling all LCNUK Members... Being a member of the LCNUK committee allows you the opportunity to get involved in and influence the future planning and activities of the organisation.

It is a great opportunity to meet new colleagues, participate in committees and panels representing LCNUK at a national level...

This helpful infographic produced by the UK Lung Cancer Clinical Expert Group (CEG) and Roy Castle Lung Cancer Foundation provides guidance on how to differentiate lung cancer from COVID-19.  

MSD funded the design and visualisation of the infographic with the agreement of the authors.

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LCNUK Webinar Series

Our series of webinars will be continuing throughout 2021.

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