In a large survey study of critical care nurses, approximately one-third of respondents reported being verbally abused by another nurse.
Incorporating this new position improved overall ambulation and personal hygiene among hospitalized patients on the oncology and BMT units.
Oncology nurse position was created to address barriers to safe, effective chemotherapy delivery both on and off the oncology inpatient units.
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.
A literature review found that clinically indicated replacement of PIVs is better for older patients with cancer compared with timed replacement.
Literature review prompts a call for randomized, controlled trials comparing oral and IV dexamethasone prophylaxis in the setting of paclitaxel administration.
The goal of this initiative was to create a discharge process that was easier on patients and caregivers, and allowed for an earlier discharge time.
A standardized educational model for conducting oncology telephone triage were implemented at a metropolitan cancer center.
Despite a lack of reports in the literature, elder abuse is a significant concern and oncology nurses should be aware of its signs.
Planned provision of patient assistance was key in this program developed to reduce the number of falls and fall-related injuries in hospitalized patients with cancer.
Tips nurses can give patients with cancer on how to prevent dental erosion due to cancer, its treatment, and adverse events such as vomiting.
This presentation described an educational initiative that included information about cancer pain and treatments, organizational policy, and opioid equianalgesia.
Using a grading system for skin flare reactions increases potential for continuing administration of mogamulizumab despite the occurrence of this adverse effect.
Nurses working in primary care settings are well-situated to identify and educate patients at high risk of lung cancer who are eligible to undergo LDCT screening.