Researchers investigated potential gaps in understanding of palliative care among nurse practitioners in oncology at a large US-based cancer center.
Researchers sought to identify risk factors for early mortality after discharge from acute inpatient rehabilitation.
A 3-arm study sought to compare the effects of homeopathic treatments on quality of life with placebo, and survival time with placebo or no treatment.
Researchers sought to determine whether a standardized palliative care consultation system would improve follow-up throughout the duration of a patient’s illness.
A randomized clinical trial sought to determine if high-dose dexamethasone would be an effective palliative treatment of dyspnea in patients with cancer.
Researchers conducted interviews to learn about the levels of training and therapeutics knowledge among cannabis dispensary personnel.
A secondary analysis of the CONNECT study sought to determine if providing palliative care could reduce the experience of burnout over time for nurses.
A research project at health system sought to increase the rate of serious illness conversations between clinicians and patients with cancer.
An exploration of complementary therapies that help patients cope during and after treatment for cancer.
An interviews conducted with patients and caregivers demonstrated the effects of an early palliative care pathway for advanced colorectal cancer.