A survey study sought to determine levels of knowledge and interest among oncology and palliative care nurses regarding music therapy/care.
This description of meditation practice, with some simple exercises, can serve as an introduction to its benefits or just help cancer patients and caregivers better cope with disease-related stress.
Researchers argue that palliative care integration into treatment regimens contribute to improving the quality of life for patients in phase 1 clinical trials.
University of Michigan researchers explored the potential of self-acupressure to help women with breast cancer better manage symptoms such as fatigue, pain, and depression.
A randomized study evaluated the effectiveness of the Serious Illness Conversation Guide in improving end-of-life conversations between patients and clinicians.
Interviews with young adults with acute leukemia reveals their strategies for coping with induction therapy can be categorized into 3 themes.
Knowledge, confidence, and skills related to managing complex cancer pain were improved with a 7-module, online APAM program.
The roles and workloads of oncology infusion room nurses may be substantially altered by their participation in the CONNECT intervention.
The nurse practice environment was the best predictor of poor-quality end-of-life care, according to reseachers.
A review of studies on clinician education in palliative care identified themes for core palliative care competencies for pediatric oncologists.