A structured interview study sought to understand patient experiences after being withdrawn from a cancer clinical trial.
The language in a patient’s medical record can convey information not only about the patient’s condition but about the attitude of the clinician writing the report.
A nurse coordinated a meeting to ensure the patient’s preferences were shared with his multidisciplinary care team.
Researchers sought to determine the effectiveness of targeted nonelectronic outreach methods in marginalized populations.
A survey of 100 cancer patients revealed a high interest in CBD use, but most patients would prefer receiving more information from qualified sources.
Researchers identified factors influencing professional quality of life in oncology nurses, with burnout and compassion fatigue being common.
This review proposes changes to nurse education regarding insertion, care, and management of peripheral intravenous catheters to standardize and improve nursing care.
This survey-based study evaluated factors correlated with burnout among palliative care nurses and whether they moderated the impact of demographic characteristics.
A novel nurse role was developed to ensure escalating patient care needs are met and general oncology nurses are supported prior to patient transfers to higher levels of care.
Study reveals the impact of financial distress and its association with impairments identified through geriatric assessment.