Study reveals the impact of financial distress and its association with impairments identified through geriatric assessment.
“It would be so much easier if he wasn’t able to make his own decisions.” This showstopper statement was made by the wife of a dying man. That morning Dan told our team he didn’t want to go back on the ventilator no matter what anyone said. “One time is enough. My cancer is going…
A literature review highlights the benefits of surgical palliative care for patients undergoing surgery for cancer.
Nurse responses to a survey on the impact of cultural awareness and communication on ability to provide care to LEP patients show gaps and willingness to learn.
In a large survey study of critical care nurses, approximately one-third of respondents reported being verbally abused by another nurse.
Implementing a role especially for helping patients manage their oral chemotherapy improved adherence, AE management, and other challenges patients experience.
Despite a lack of reports in the literature, elder abuse is a significant concern and oncology nurses should be aware of its signs.
Authors say that interventions to reduce burnout must extend beyond the individual level.
Researchers describe their 3-step program designed to continue pediatric survivorship care through adulthood.
The uncertainty experienced due to COVID can be used to better understand the loss a patient with cancer faces after diagnosis.