Read Professor Susan Short's presentation: "What is new in brain tumour clinical trials and how to get your patients into them"
Nurse and AHP Study Day 2017
Watch and download presentations by leading brain tumour experts on topics ranging from clinical trials and biobanking to fatigue management and end of life care.
The presentations are designed specifically for nurses and allied health professionals and were filmed at our Nurse and Allied Health Professional Study Days in 2017.
Watch or download presentations on the following topics:
- Brain tumour clinical trials - what's new? - Professor Susan Short
- Mental health: Managing mental health conditions - Dr Ally Rooney and Brain tumours and couples - Debbie Braybrook
- Driving regulations and fitness to drive for brain tumour patients - Professor Garth Cruickshank
- Brain tumours and neuroanatomy - Dr Ruman Rahman
- Support for young adults with a brain tumour - David Wright
- Developments in neurosurgery for brain tumours - Professor Keyoumars Ashkan
- End of life care and assessing capacity in people with brain tumours - Jonathan Martin
- Biobanking: how it works and why it's important - Michael Jenkinson
Brain tumour clinical trials - what's new?
Managing mental health conditions
91% say that their tumour has affected their emotional or mental health1. Dr Ally Rooney presented on managing mental health conditions and Debbie Braybrook discussed how brain tumours and mental health conditions can have an impact on relationships.
More information about managing mental health
Read more in the resources we have put together for people living with a brain tumour, including overcoming isolation, help and guidance for family and friends, and information about our support services.
Driving regulations and fitness to drive
More information about driving and brain tumours
Information about driving and brain tumours to help people living with a brain tumour to understand who they should inform regarding driving and the extra assistance they can receive when travelling.
Brain Tumours and Neuroanatomy
More information about primary brain tumours
Support for young adults with a brain tumour
David Wright discusses "What makes young adults unique and what impact a brain tumour can have on a young adult".
We have a Young Adults Service for young adults aged 16-30 with a brain tumour diagnosis. Our service helps to answer questions, helps young adults connect with others in a similar situation and can support them with any information they might need.
Developments in neurosurgery for brain tumours
What to do following a terminal brain tumour diagnosis
We have produced some practical resources to help support someone who has received a terminal brain tumour diagnosis and their family. This includes information about the financial support that may be available and information about getting your affairs in order.