An analysis of treatment summaries and survivorship care plans suggests they may be written at a level beyond the reading level of most US adults.
Patients with DLBCL may be willing to travel longer distances for treatment if follow-up care was local, but this pattern varied by race.
A structured interview study sought to understand patient experiences after being withdrawn from a cancer clinical trial.
Researchers report on the sensitivity, specificity, and positive/negative predictive values of a machine-learning tool designed to help identify candidates for clinical trials.
Financial navigator role improved patients’ treatment experience, financial assistance with treatments, and facility revenue.
A secondary analysis of data from a randomized study evaluated efficacy of evidence-informed symptom guides in nurse-led telephone encounters to manage symptoms in patients initiating chemotherapy.
The editors present an interview with Joanna Morales of Cancer Triage featuring questions from attendees of the 2020 ONA Virtual Navigation Summit.
The Healthy Outcomes for Positivity and Encouragement (HOPE) survivorship program offered nurse navigator-based coaching tailored to the unique needs of patients with recurrent breast cancer.
How to explain adjustments to cancer care due to the COVID-19 pandemic and ease patients’ fears about the impact of those changes.
Three experienced nurses explain the passion that drives nurses to answer the call of this profession at all odds.