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Addressing the issue of personalised care

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Published: 11.05.12
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Prof Jessica Corner – Macmillan Cancer Support and University of Southampton, UK

Prof Jessica Corner talks to ecancer at the European Oncology Nursing Society annual meeting in Geneva on what personalised care is and what it can achieve.


Prof Corner defines personalised care as attending to a patient’s sense of him or herself and the way doctors and nurses interact with that patient. Over the past few decades, improvements have been made in providing personalised care and support by involving patients and their families in decision-making.


The correct management of care is essential in the experience of the patient and studies now show that specialist nursing is a key factor in improving this. A patient sees a range of people while being treated; however, without proper management they do not receive positive results.


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