Novum Law’s specialist asbestos disease team was recently pleased to sponsor and attend the Lung Cancer Nursing UK (LCNUK) 2023 conference, held on 11 and 12 May in Birmingham.
The conference is a highlight in the calendar of lung cancer nurses and doctors and other professionals involved in research and support, including law firms and charities and support groups such as Mesothelioma UK.
Catching up with lung cancer experts
There were several excellent speakers providing updates and guidance about treatments, research and best practice. This included talks on lung cancer patients’ perspectives on clinical nurse specialists, dealing with emotional patients, an update on mesothelioma care, and a debate on age and lung cancer treatment.
The event also provided an excellent opportunity for attendees to mingle, network, and catch up, whether at the conference talks and exhibition stands or at the glamorous drinks reception and Gala Dinner in the evening.
Expert asbestos-related lung cancer lawyers Andrew Stinchcombe, Phillip Gower and Rebecca Ryan were in attendance, hosting Novum Law’s stand throughout the 2-day event.
Delegates were given plenty of time to visit the Novum Law team for a chat, and to pick up some merchandise including environmentally-friendly ECoffee cups, smart tote bags and notepads.
Novum Law at LCNUK 2023
Rebecca Ryan is a specialist asbestos disease and lung cancer solicitor based in our Bristol team. She says:
“Andrew, Phillip and I were delighted to attend the LCNUK 2023 Conference, which was a great success. It was an excellent chance to meet up with nurses and lung cancer experts from across the country, and to hear insightful talks about the latest news in the field.
“There were also opportunities to relax and spend time with old and new faces, including at the evening’s Gala Dinner. Through our work supporting people with asbestos lung cancer and mesothelioma compensation claims, we often work closely with specialist lung cancer nurses, but it was lovely to be able to spend some time relaxing with them in a personal capacity.
“I can speak for all of us when I say that it was a truly enjoyable occasion, from the evening meal to the choice of songs, which many of us danced along to until the end of the night.
“We would like to thank everyone at LCNUK for all their hard work organising this year’s conference, and say that we’re already looking forward to attending again next year!”
To learn more about Lung Cancer Nursing UK, including the work they do and any events they’ve got coming up, you can visit their website here.