Two pilot programs confirm the feasibility and acceptability of a nurse-led intervention for managing peritoneal carcinomatosis after hospitalization for gynecologic cancers.
Pilot program aimed to improve the timeliness of placed palliative care consultations and increase the number of consultations for an inpatient oncology unit.
Researchers report on their implementation of a mobile-health tool for monitoring symptoms of treatment toxicity.
A retrospective review identified the underlying cause for emergency department visits by patients with cancer, and some strategies for reducing these visits.
A review of data from a large database demonstrated limited use of anti-infective prophylaxis in patients with non-Hodgkin lymphoma across US community settings nationwide.
Investigators report on the effect of an intervention to prompt referral to palliative care for hospitalized patients with relapsed/refractory acute myeloid leukemia.
Investigators sought to determine if same-day administration of prophylactic pegfilgrastim was as effective as next-day administration.
Systematic screening of patients’ electronic health record helped identify those patients at risk of financial toxicity.