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Oral Chemotherapy Care Model Improves Safety, Quality Through Increased Collaboration

Oral Chemotherapy Care Model Improves Safety, Quality Through Increased Collaboration

A nurse-facilitated oral chemotherapy care model has improved delivery times, patient satisfaction, and co-pay support at a Connecticut cancer hospital.

Follow-up Calls, Clinician Assessment May Identify Patients Who Need Adherence Support

Follow-up Calls, Clinician Assessment May Identify Patients Who Need Adherence Support

Follow-up telephone calls and clinician assessment may be an effective strategy to identify early which patients require support with adhering to oral cancer therapy.

Precision Medicine Resource Center Improves Patient Education

Precision Medicine Resource Center Improves Patient Education

A nurse-managed precision cancer treatment education resource center may improve information dissemination about genomic health and targeted therapy.

Inpatient Oral Chemotherapy Administration Process Developed to Comply With Safety Standards

Inpatient Oral Chemotherapy Administration Process Developed to Comply With Safety Standards

Instituting a Chemotherapy Safety Committee and developing an administration process successfully standardized the inpatient oral chemotherapy administration process.

Formal Nursing Practice Promotes Patient Safety With Oral Chemotherapy

Formal Nursing Practice Promotes Patient Safety With Oral Chemotherapy

A formal nursing practice was developed to promote patient safety and adherence with oral chemotherapy.

Routine Screen Reduced Hospital-acquired Pneumonia on an Oncology Telemetry Unit

Routine Screen Reduced Hospital-acquired Pneumonia on an Oncology Telemetry Unit

Implementation of the Massey Bedside Swallowing Screen and strict oral care regimens in high-risk patients reduced the rate of hospital-acquired pneumonia (HAP) at an oncology treatment center.

Central Venous Catheter Self-management Education Program Effective

Central Venous Catheter Self-management Education Program Effective

A central venous catheter self-management education program is an effective nursing intervention to promote long-term self-management of a CVC for discharged patients with cancer.

Innovations Reduce Catheter Associated Urinary Tract Infection Rates at an Oncology Hospital

Innovations Reduce Catheter Associated Urinary Tract Infection Rates at an Oncology Hospital

The formation of a multidisplinary taskforce and the introduction of improved products successfully reduced the rates of catheter associated urinary tract infections (CAUTI) at an oncology hospital.

Daily Chlorhexidine Gluconate Bathing Reduces CLABSI Rates

Daily Chlorhexidine Gluconate Bathing Reduces CLABSI Rates

Daily chlorhexidine gluconate bathing on all patients with ports and tunneled catheters decreased the rates of CLABSI on an inpatient oncology unit.

Hygiene Practice Interventions Reduced CLABSI on an Inpatient Oncology Unit

Hygiene Practice Interventions Reduced CLABSI on an Inpatient Oncology Unit

Formation of a multidisciplinary team and a focus on evidence-based interventions successfully reduced the rate of central line bloodstream infections (CLABSI) on an inpatient oncology unit.

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