1. What haematological (blood) cancers are treated at the trust?
2. In May 2015 how many blood cancer patients were under the care of your trust?
3. In May 2015 how many leukaemia patients were under the care of your trust?
• How many of these are chronic lymphocytic leukaemia (CLL) patients?
• How many of these are chronic myeloid leukaemia (CML) patients?
• How many of these are Acute Lymphoblastic leukaemia (ALL) patients?
• How many of these are Acute Myeloid leukaemia (AML) patients?
4. As of September 2017 how many blood cancer patients are under the care of your trust?
5. As of September 2017 how many leukaemia patients are under the care of your trust?
• How many of these are chronic lymphocytic leukaemia (CLL) patients?
• How many of these are chronic myeloid leukaemia (CML) patients?
• How many of these are Acute Lymphoblastic leukaemia (ALL) patients?
• How many of these are Acute Myeloid leukaemia (AML) patients?
6. The total number of haematology clinical nurse specialists in your trust in May 2015.
7. The total number of haematology clinical nurse specialists in your trust in September 2017.
8. The total number of blood cancer specific clinical nurse specialists in your trust in May 2015.
9. The total number of blood cancer specific clinical nurse specialists in your trust in September 2017.
10. The total number of leukaemia specific clinical nurse specialists in your trust in May 2015.
11. The total number of leukaemia specific clinical nurse specialists in your trust in September 2017.
12. Are haematology/blood cancer clinical nurse specialists at your trust required to undertake normal ward duties?
13. Have you measured patient access to a clinical nurse specialist within your trust? If so what was the outcome of this.
14. Have you measured the cost value or savings relating to haematology/blood cancer clinical nurse specialists in the trust? If so what were your findings?
15. Do you have or plan to have any funding in place for training more haematology or blood cancer specific clinical nurse specialists?
If you do not have any specialised leukaemia clinical nurse specialists please answer:
16. As of September 2017 how many patients are there per haematology clinical nurse specialist in your trust?
17. As of September 2017 how many blood cancer patients are there per haematology clinical nurse specialist in your trust?
18. As of September 2017 how many leukaemia patients are there per haematology clinical nurse specialist in your trust?
If you have specialised leukaemia clinical nurse specialists please answer:
19. As of September 2017 how many leukaemia patients are there per leukaemia clinical nurse specialist in your trust?

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