A novel approach to how patients — and nurses — think about challenges can improve their mood and coping ability during a cancer crisis. Strategies that support better moods are also offered.
A reflection on how nurses guide patients and their families through the cancer journey.
Are buretrols vented, therefore causing aerosolization of hazardous drug?
Responses to a survey demonstrated oncology nurses’ perspectives on their training needs on how to effectively communicate with patients regarding disease prognoses, end-of-life issues, and survivorship care.
The roles and workloads of oncology infusion room nurses may be substantially altered by their participation in the CONNECT intervention.
What are some good Internet resources for patient information about cancer treatment regimens?
How much of what’s online is off limits? A review of ethics, principles, and guidelines for nurse and social worker behaviors regarding online searches.
How do you answer when the patient or family asks, “What is next?” More importantly, though, you need to recognize if they are asking that question, or is there something else they are really asking.
A team from Oncology Hematology Care, in Cincinnati, Ohio, presented an outcomes report on their Oncology Care Model project at the 2018 ASCO Quality Care Symposium.
In this study, researchers assessed a new tool designed to assess the well-being of cancer patients’ informal caregivers.