Researchers surveyed consecutive new patients at a multidisciplinary clinic to determine smokers’ willingness to participate in a cessation program.
Results of a randomized, controlled trial demonstrated that videoconference support improves anxiety and distress in DCGs of patients with cancer.
A survey of patients and healthcare providers revealed gaps in discussions and documentation of fertility preservation options for young adult patients with cancer and potential barriers to overcome to improve this care.
The value of counseling and support from fertility navigators was investigated through interviews with AYA female patients with cancer and healthcare professionals.
A decade since the first wave of mobile device health apps hit the market there remain few designed specifically for patients who are undergoing radiation therapy for cancer. This review offers some useful tools available for patient education, organization, and coping.
Patient interviews revealed that most readmissions occur because patients are unsure of the availability and suitability of their care resources at home and in the outpatient setting.
Transgender patients present unique communication as well as clinical challenges for oncology clinicians.
Hands-on roles initially played by nurse navigators and nurse practitioners in the delivery of CAR-T cell therapy have evolved into resource/care coordination roles.
In this study, nurse participants emphasized the connection between the early delivery of prognostic information and the optimal delivery of palliative care.
Homelessness is a significant barrier to cancer care. An oncology social worker gives pointers on addressing barriers and obtaining pertinent information.