EVENTS

SACT safety questionnaire

June 5, 2018

Please could you take a couple of minutes to complete our latest survey on SACT safety & share with your colleagues. click here to take the survey now https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/5XMKBMV thanks

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Cancer Nursing Practice Article

May 12, 2018

Interview by Stephanie Jones-Berry entitled ‘Protecting Cancer Nurses’ Health From Work Hazards and Pressures’ – Cancer nurses handling chemotherapy drugs have called for urgent research regarding health and safety risks […]

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Birmingham City University Press Release

May 4, 2018

Press release from Birmingham City University, ‘Nursing academics call for changes in cancer treatment to protect healthcare professionals’ detailing our work so far to date. See more here: http://www.bcu.ac.uk/news-events/news/nursing-academics-call-for-changes-in-cancer-treatment-to-protect-healthcare-professionals

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Radio Interview

May 3, 2018

Samantha was interviewed by Free Radio Birmingham and Worcestershire about SACT safety – she discussed the risks for healthcare professionals when handling SACT / chemotherapy, and ways to reduce the […]

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UKONS statement on the use of closed systems for SACT administration

May 1, 2018

UKONS statement on the use of closed systems for SACT administration – to be released around May 2018

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Following on from the UKONS statement released regarding closed system devices.

April 24, 2018

Following on from UKONS position statement released regarding Closed-system drug-transfer devices in addition to safe handling of hazardous drugs versus safe handling alone for reducing healthcare staff exposure to infusional […]

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