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Models of Care​​​​​​​ in Breast Cancer Services

Pharmacy-led, Breast Cancer Clinic and Cyclical Dispensing

Please find below case study service examples from across the UK. The summary videos and interactive PDFs illustrate how oncology services have adapted in order to manage the increasing demands on capacity1,2 and the growing number of patients living with cancer3. These materials are intended to support Healthcare Professionals with their mBC Services:

Clatterbridge Cancer Centre

​​​​​​​Multi-disciplinary, Nurse-led Breast Cancer Clinic

Clatterbridge Cancer Centre

A case study video and interactive PDF outlining how The Clatterbridge Cancer Centre successfully funded a team of cancer nurse specialists, specifically dedicated to supporting patients with mBC.

Speaker: Jo Francis, mBC Clinical Nurse Specialist, Clatterbridge Cancer Centre, NHSFT

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Hub and Spoke Multidisciplinary Pharmacy led mBC Clinic

Clatterbridge Cancer Centre

A case study video summarising the service challenges and solutions employed at The Clatterbridge Cancer Centre. The service model described here is centrered around a Hub and Spoke Multidisciplinary Pharmacy led mBC clinic.

Speaker: Helen Flint, Consultant Pharmacist, Clatterbridge Cancer Centre, NHSFT

Maidstone and Tunbridge Wells NHST

Multi-disciplinary, Nurse-led Breast Cancer Clinic

Maidstone and Tunbridge Wells NHST

A case study video and interactive PDF highlighting the capacity challenges in mBC care that led to the redesigning of breast cancer services at Maidstone and Tunbridge Wells NHST.

Speaker: Claire Ryan, Macmillan Nurse Consultant, Maidstone and Tunbridge Wells NHST

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Royal Shrewsbury Hospital, Lingen Davies Cancer Centre

​​​​​​​Remote Monitoring Supported by the IBRANCE Dispense and Delivery (IDD) Service

Royal Shrewsbury Hospital, Lingen Davies Cancer Centre

A case study video and interactive PDF explaining how the Lingen Davies Cancer Centre successfully reduced clinic attendance and delivered treatment to patient's homes through the IDD service.

Speaker: Laura Pettit, Consultant Clinical Oncologist, Royal Shrewsbury Hospital

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The Christie NHSFT, Manchester 

Pharmacy-Led NMP Clinics and Treatment Delivery through Ibrance Dispense and Delivery (IDD) Service

The Christie, NHSFT, Manchester

A case study video describing how The Christie Cancer Centre in Manchester successfully set up a pharmacy-led non-medical prescriber (NMP) clinic with cyclical dispensing of CDK 4/6 inhibtors that allowed patients to receive their treatment at home.

Speaker: Ms Suzanne Frank, Advanced Specialist Breast Cancer Pharmacist, The Christie Hospital, Manchester

Airedale Breast Cancer Centre, NHSFT, West Yorkshire

Increasing Breast Cancer Service Capacity with Mobile Cancer Care Units

Airedale Breast Cancer Centre, NHSFT

A case study video explaining how Airedale NHSFT successfully established mobile cancer care units to increase capacity within their breast cancer service.

Speaker: Carl Booth, Consultant Pharmacist, Airedale Breast Cancer Centre, West Yorkshire

Nottingham University Hospitals NHST ​​​​​​​

NMP Pharmacy-Led Oral SACT Clinic in Collaboration with a MDT Mestastatic Breast Cancer Service

Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust.

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Royal United Hospital Bath ​​​​​​​

Pharmacist-Led Secondary Breast Cancer Clinic and Monitoring Service

Royal United Hospitals, Bath.​​​​​​​​​​​​​​

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metastatic breast cancer, MDT: multi-disciplinary team, NHSFT: National Health Service Foundation Trust, NHST: National Health Service Trust, NMP: non-medical prescriber, SACT: systemic anti-cancer therapy.

1. Cancer Research UK. Available at: [Last accessed April 2022].
2. Cancer services recovery plan. Available at:  [Last accessed April 2022].
3. Maddams J, et al. Br J Cancer 2012;107:1195-202.

PP-IBR-GBR-3945. April 2022


Resources to assist you and your patients
  • Adapting Breast Cancer Care during COVID-19 Pandemic
  • NMP Service Resources
  • Ibrance® Dispense and Delivery Service​​​​​​​


  • IBRANCE® is indicated for the treatment of HR+/HER2- locally advanced or metastatic breast cancer:
       - In combination with an aromatase inhibitor; or
    ​​​​​​​   - In combination with fulvestrant in women who have received prior ET

    In pre- or perimenopausal women, the ET should be combined with a LHRH agonist

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