A literature review sought to determine which interventions more effectively helped patients to adhere to their oral anticancer medication regimens.
Researchers sought to determine the feasibility of a web-based self-management program for adolescents with cancer.
A process improvement project sought to evaluate the use of saline for tunneled central venous catheters rather than heparin in pediatric patients with cancer.
A survey study measured the clinical and personal experience oncology clinicians have with substance use disorders and their knowledge and understanding of how to handle this issue in patients.
Researchers sought to explore patients’ and families’ understanding of interprofessional collaborative healthcare teams.
Geriatric assessment summaries can prompt and enhance oncologist-patient conversations about functional or physical performance.
A study sought to determine whether overweight/obesity is a factor in the development of thrombosis in cancer patients with peripherally inserted central catheters.
DNPs offer their personal experiences on responding to microaggressions in the workplace as well as tips on achieving advancements.
A nationwide survey showed stress and discontentment among nurses in general, as well as oncology nurses, may have a crippling effect on the US healthcare system.
A 10-week study sought to determine whether a more playful approach with pediatric oncology nurses improved well-being and communications in children with cancer.