An event has been held honouring the work of cancer nurses in the north-east.
Charity Teenage Cancer Trust launched its Nursing and Support Service to reach out across Scotland in August last year.
As a result of the scheme, two clinical nurse specialists were employed at Aberdeen Royal Infirmary.
The two nurses now provide cancer care to young people living with the disease between the ages of 13-24.
The event, held on May 1 in the Park Inn Radisson hotel, aimed to celebrate the work of the nurses as well as past and present supporters of the charity.
Partner companies which also attended the event included Krispy Kreme, Dobbie’s and STA Travel.
Last year Teenage Cancer Trust worked in partnership with four NHS boards across Scotland to recruit new clinical nurse specialists in Ninewells Hospital (NHS Tayside), Western General Hospital (NHS Lothian), Raigmore Hospital (NHS Highland) and Aberdeen Royal Infirmary (NHS Grampian).