Sally Hayes

Maggie''s

Sally Hayes (Bsc Hons RGN, Msc) has had a 24 year career in nursing . Roles include Critical Care , Heart Failure Specialist, Advanced Nurse Practitioner Hospice care, Clinical Nurse Specialist Palliative Care . She has also held a Senior Nurse lecturing role at University of West of England module leading in End of life care and Non Medical prescribing.

Sally has been Centre Head at Maggies Cheltenham for the last two years, supporting anyone living with or affected by Cancer . Sally is specialist in working with families affected by cancer and works closely with colleagues to provide care at Maggie’s Cheltenham.

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Maggie’s programme of emotional support

Maggie’s helps anyone affected by cancer. So at Maggie’s you can talk to and get support from a range of professionals. Our 21Centres are staffed by Cancer Support Specialists, Benefits Advisors, Nutritionists, therapists and Psychologists, all providing support in whichever way best suits you. Emotional support to families is discussed and the unique way Maggie’s helps.

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    Dr Bernadette A Lavery
    GenesisCare

    Surface-Guided Radiotherapy and Optimal Breast Cancer Treatment

  • Dr. Richard Baird: Speaking at the Oncology Convention

    Dr. Richard Baird
    Cancer Research UK Cambridge Centre

    Update on Precision Medicine Approaches to Treat Metastatic Breast Cancer

  • Khurum Khan: Speaking at the Oncology Convention

    Khurum Khan
    Royal Marsden NHS Foundation Trust

    Biomarkers of response and/or resistance to targeted therapies in refractory mCRC

  • Professor Sun Myint: Speaking at the Oncology Convention

    Professor Sun Myint
    Clatterbridge Cancer Centre (Private Clinic)

    Rectal cancer- Do patients have a choice?

  • Mr Richard Steyn: Speaking at the Oncology Convention

    Mr Richard Steyn
    UK Lung Cancer Coalition / University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust

    Doubling Five-Year UK Lung Cancer Survival to 25% by 2025