Nicely managed outpatients area
As a volunteer I was not committed to be responsible for all the duties, although, I felt to be part of the team in which I was working.
From this experience I earned knowledge on the cancer diagnose and treatments procedures at the NHS and I improved my team-work and time management skills.
The most enjoyable part of the job was to do little tasks such as brining them food, their belongings and their discharge papers to make patients feel positive for that day by talking politely and with a smile on your face.
The hardest part of the job was to see patients in pain sometime and not being to help.