Dr. Netty Kinsella

Dr. Netty Kinsella

Netty has worked as a urology nurse since 1996, with roles in the NHS, Private and Charitable sectors. In 2015 she took up post as Uro-Oncology Nurse Consultant at The Royal Marsden Hospital, with a remit to work locally, Nationally and Internationally to improve services and influence the agenda for urology cancer diagnostics and living with and beyond urology cancer. .

For the last 3 years she has been co-chair of The Royal Marsden Partners West London Cancer Alliance leading on stratified follow-up in prostate and quality service improvement initiatives in diagnostics (RAPID) and the implimentation of a multi-professional survivorship programme across a network of south and west london hospitals.

She completed a PhD in ‘Strategies to increase adherence to active surveillance in low-intermediate risk prostate cancer ’ at King’s College, London in 2019.

 

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Title: Translating research into practice – from theory to service improvement.

Summary: This session will explore the capacity and importance of nurses and AHP’s in translating research into practice; the development of a PROM/PRO from a supportive care theory; and examine the bigger picture – translational research across multiple tumour sites.

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