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Cancer nursing’s role evolves

The has been a huge raft of changes in the way cancer nurses deliver care, an Australian researcher says.

Associate professor Mei Krishnasamy, executive director of cancer nursing and allied health at the Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre and professorial fellow in cancer nursing at the University of Melbourne, said these changes are around the way cancer nurses think about how they deliver care and the ways in which they engage with new innovations.

Health editor Dallas Bastian spoke with Krishnasamy about some of the key changes happening in the field at the moment, the diversity in the space, and how these developments affect nurses in the sector or looking to enter it.

Click below to listen to the interview.

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