To build resiliency while facing the challenges of COVID-19, nurses should keep this variation of an old adage close to heart: “Treat yourself as you treat others.”
Survivorship care plan consultations led by breast care nurses reported significantly higher percentage of patients having issues, and were more likely to include referrals for follow-up appointments.
The association between functional impairment and symptom burden was shown to be predictive of outcomes for older patients with advanced cancer.
Researchers feed a series of scenarios involving poor or negative outcomes into various hospitals’ EHR systems to measure their safety in detecting dangerous medication errors.
A review of practices prior to a change in nivolumab dosing demonstrated that bodyweight dosing resulted in a 6.1% rate of wastage at a significant cost compared with a fixed dose of 240 mg per dose.
An evaluation of the effect of pandemic-related PPE shortages on the use of PPE during chemotherapy admixture suggested potential strategies to ensure clinician safety while the shortage is ongoing.
About a dozen potential vaccines worldwide are in the initial stages of, or set to begin, testing in people.
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ONA speaks with Laura Fennimore, president of the Oncology Nursing Society, about how the oncology nursing field is evolving, what will influence oncology nursing practice, and how a pandemic could affect cancer care.
A randomized study determined the efficacy of adding peppermint essential oil to a cool wash cloth to ease nausea associated with chemotherapy.