- Late effects practice guidelines
- Printed resources
- Study Days
- Adoption Programme
- Our funded clinical posts
Late effects practice guidelines
We’re creating a set of handy guidelines and tools to support transplant specialists, GPs and patients in navigating late effects. These guidelines will be created with the help of patients and transplant healthcare professionals, to ensure the best care and implementation of late effects services in transplant centres, and to support you in your incredible work for patients.
- Recovery Summaries
*Updated guidelines coming soon
We’ll continue to update these guidelines. If you have any questions, please email email@example.com
You can direct your patients to our tools and resources, full of specialist support designed specifically for those having a stem cell transplant.
Posters, flyers & digital screens
Our range of posters, flyers and other signposting tools are easy starting points to help let patients know that extra support is there, whenever they may need it.
Our informative, engaging booklets can help guide your conversations with patients. All are accredited by the PiF Tick quality mark, and many resources have been highly commended by the British Medical Association (BMA) Patient Information Awards.
You can learn how to provide the best possible care for stem cell transplant patients, and meet others working in similar roles, at our Anthony Nolan Study Days.
Our Study Days invite a range of expert speakers to share the latest best practice on a range of issues, including:
- psychological support
- late effects
- Graft versus host disease (GvHD)
- CAR-T and other scientific developments
- palliative care.
Specialist Study Days are available for:
- clinical nurse specialists
- pediatric nurses
- clinical psychologists
- allied healthcare professionals.
Anthony Nolan Study Days are accredited by the Royal College of Nursing and will contribute to your Core Professional Development (CPD) points. Networking opportunities to meet others in your field are built into each day.
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We are looking to adopt a broad range of healthcare professionals from nurses and BMT coordinators, to occupational therapists and psychologists. By having your role adopted by Anthony Nolan, you can provide us with your specialist skills and knowledge working with stem cell transplant patients, while we can support you with your professional development. Together, we can provide the best possible care for patients.
Our funded clinical posts
Since 2014, we have funded 18 healthcare professionals to raise the standard of post-transplant care across the country. We’re so proud to work alongside them.
If you have any clinical questions, we can link you up with our expert nurses, clinical psychologists and extended contacts. Together, we will continue to learn, grow, and improve the care given to stem cell transplant patients.