Posts by Our nurses
New lockdowns and changes in restrictions – what does this mean for people with pancreatic cancer?
Specialist Nurse, Nicci explains what the new coronavirus restrictions introduced at the end of October and beginning of November mean for people with pancreatic cancer
What do current coronavirus restrictions mean for people with pancreatic cancer?
Pancreatic cancer specialist nurse, Nicci, explains how the coronavirus restrictions affect people with pancreatic cancer and where to get more information.
Going back to work – what does the latest COVID-19 guidance mean for people with pancreatic cancer
Today, I want to talk about returning to work, and how you can keep safe.
Pausing shielding – what does this mean for people with pancreatic cancer?
In this blog, I will explain what pausing shielding means, and how you can keep yourself safe.
What do the changes to the lockdown in early July mean for people not shielding?
As the lockdown restrictions ease the advice on social distancing is changing in England – these changes come into effect on the 4th July. Changes are also happening in the other nations – this blog will explain the easing of restrictions from around the UK.
What do the changes to shielding announced on 22 June mean for people with pancreatic cancer?
In this week’s blog we are going to explain what the new rules may mean for you and give information about the support available to help you through these changes.
What do “support bubbles” mean for people with pancreatic cancer?
You might have heard a lot in the media this week about “support bubbles”. We’ll explain a bit more about what they mean for people with pancreatic cancer.
Keeping active during lockdown
Read our blog about the benefits of exercise, including some useful resources that can help you stay active in lockdown.
What do the changes in government advice from 1 June 2020 mean for you?
Our specialist nurses explain what the changes to lockdown in June 2020 mean for people affected by pancreatic cancer.
What’s it like going into hospital at the moment?
Our specialist nurses talk about what it may be like going into hospital during coronavirus.
Making the most of your relationships
Lesley Howells, Lead Psychologist and Consultant Clinical Psychologist at Maggie’s, provides some useful tips for managing relationships when you or a loved one has pancreatic cancer.
Feeling stressed and overwhelmed?
Today we have a guest blog Lesley Howells, who is a Lead Psychologist and Consultant Clinical Psychologist at Maggie’s. She discusses how to manage our emotions when we are feeling overwhelmed.