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Oncology Nursing

Oncology Nursing

Being an Oncology Nurse is among the most fulfilling careers. At the National University Cancer Institute Singapore (NCIS), our nurses provide compassionate, personalised and high-quality care to patients and their families across diverse care settings. As valued members of interdisciplinary teams, we continuously set new benchmarks for innovative cancer care. 

Our high-performance team comprises degree- and doctorate-prepared professionals, who consistently seek to innovate and elevate care standards. This is achieved through evidence-based practice, research and quality improvement initiatives covering prevention and screening, symptoms management, clinical trials, palliative care, stem cell transplants, and cancer survivorship. 

NCIS nurse leaders actively foster a nurturing environment for life-long learning and the development of the next generation of nurses through various training programmes. NCIS offers numerous opportunities for professional growth through patient interactions, peer reviews, structured initiatives and close collaborations with industry partners. 

Oncology Nursing offers a broad range of expertise and services: 

  • Stem Cell Transplant and Chimeric Antigen Receptor (CAR) T-cell Therapy 
  • Palliative Nursing 
  • Telehealth and Cancer Nurse Line 
  • Advanced Practice Nurse (APN)-led Urgent Cancer Care Clinic 
  • Community Cancer Care & Screening 
  • Geriatric-oncology 
  • Cancer Survivorship 
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