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This is a practice module designed for registered nurses who are required to administer systemic anti-cancer treatment, or in the case of uro-oncology nurses intravesical anti-cancer treatment, as part of their professional role. Students will develop the required knowledge and skills to be able to autonomously, safely and competently administer cytotoxic chemotherapy. This course has been designed by professionals experienced in delivering a range of cancer care education, as well as being involved in current practice in the administration of chemotherapy within Thames Valley Cancer Network.
The content of this course aligns with chemotherapy measures published by the National Cancer Action Team (2011). In order to take this module the student must have an appropriately qualified, nominated practice assessor. If you wish to take this module, please contact the Module Leader, so that you can discuss the specific practice assessment requirements.