Publications & Resources

Understanding the value of lung cancer nurse specialists

A document which outlines the value of NCNS

Roy Castle LCF and LCNUK

Resource type

Guideline, Professional development

Area

Good practice, Other non-clinical

Tips for managing common symptoms

A patient guide for managing common symptoms

Resource type

Patient information

Area

Symptom control

Telephone Follow-Up

Guideline for Telephone Follow Up for Patients Undergoing Thoracic Surgery

The LCNUK

Resource type

Guideline

Area

Good practice, Surgery and/or procedure

Rapid Access Nurse-led Lung Cancer Clinic

A copy of a presentation delivered at BTOG 2018 on the development and implementation of rapid access nurse-led lung cancer clinic

Ms. Sarah Morgan

Resource type

Slide set or educational resource, Other

Area

Good practice, Screening and diagnosis

Putting Patients First

Findings of a survey in 2013 of patients and carers affected by lung cancer

The UKLCC

Resource type

Other

Area

Other clinical

Practical Tips for using oral nutritional supplements

A practical guide for patients for using oral nutritional supplements

Resource type

Patient information

Area

Symptom control

Practical Tips for Eating

A patient guide with practical advice and tips for eating

Resource type

Patient information

Area

Symptom control

National Cancer Experience Report 2014

The Cancer Patient Experience Survey (CPES) 2014 is the fourth in the series of surveys begun in 2010, covering all adult patients in active treatment for cancer in England.

Resource type

Other

Area

Other clinical

Managing the Impact of Lung Cancer

This document describes how best to manage the impact of lung cancer on patients and carers involving lung cancer clinical nurse specialists

The LCNUK

Resource type

Guideline

Area

Chemotherapy, End of life, palliative care, Good practice, Radiotherapy, Screening and diagnosis, Surgery and/or procedure, Symptom control, Other clinical

History of LCNUK

A history of the LCNUK

Mrs. Jeanette Draffan

Resource type

Other

Area

Other non-clinical

Good Practice Guide

A booklet providing supporting guidance on best practice in caring for people with lung cancer

LCNUK Forum Members

Resource type

Guideline

Area

Good practice

Framework for development of Nurse-led clinics

A report following the 2015 Annual Workshop, on the development of nurse-led clinics for LCNS

The LCNUK

Resource type

Guideline

Area

Screening and diagnosis, Symptom control, Other clinical, Other non-clinical

Excellence in Cancer Care: The Contribution of the Clinical Nurse Specialist

This publication discusses the role and contribution of the Cancer Nurse Specialist

NHS and Macmillan

Resource type

Guideline, Professional development, Other

Area

Good practice, Other non-clinical

Evidence Briefing on Smoking Cessation/Tobacco Addiction Nurse-led Services

Ms. Angela Rees

Resource type

Other

Area

Other clinical

Enhanced Recovery Guideline

Guideline for Patient Information on Enhanced Recovery in Thoracic Surgery

The LCNUK

Resource type

Guideline

Area

Good practice, Surgery and/or procedure

Cord Compression

A symptom guide to cord compression

LCNUK Forum Members

Resource type

Patient information

Area

Symptom control

Can the lung cancer CNS improve cancer outcomes?

A slide presentation presented at BTOG 2016 on the outcomes of LCNS

Prof. Angela Tod

Resource type

Slide set or educational resource

Area

Good practice, Other non-clinical

Can the lung cancer CNS improve cancer outcomes

Copy of slide presentation given at BTOG 2016 on the evidence for LCNS to improve cancer outcomes

Prof. Angela Tod

Resource type

Slide set or educational resource

Area

Good practice, Other non-clinical

A Practical Guide for Lung Cancer Nutritional Care

The Lung Cancer Nutritional Care Pathway is a practical guide for optimising the nutritional status of patients with lung cancer in order to maximise treatment outcomes

Resource type

Guideline

Area

Symptom control

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This year's conference is the go-to event for any nurse working in lung cancer providing plenty of highly relevant information and training for your professional portfolio as well as offering a chance to relax and share with your friends, colleagues and peers.

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