Macmillan Metastatic Breast Cancer Specialist Nurse

Royal Cornwall Hospitals NHS Trust
Truro, UK
20 Oct 2019
26 Oct 2019
Contract Type
Full Time
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We are seeking a motivated professional to join our metastatic breast care team, working closely with our metastatic clinical nurse specialist, oncology consultants and other services across the Trust. The role will play a pivotal part in continuing to deliver a safe service, including improving patient pathways.

As a role model for cancer nursing practice, you will draw on your current clinical expertise to support patients diagnosed with metastatic breast cancer. You will be required to have significant post registration experience in oncology, haematology or palliative care. Advanced communication skills and working independently are skills that will be beneficial to this role as well as working within a wider team.

This is an exciting role within cancer services which aims to enhance the provision of nursing support given to patients with metastatic breast cancer.

This is full time position (37.5 hours per week)

proposed Interview date: 18th November 2019

For further details / informal visits contact:

07584217560 and discuss with Wendy Aynsley, Metastatic Breast care Clinical Nurse Specialist.

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