Nurses at the forefront of telehealth practices share their views on how technology is expanding the reach of clinicians, improving cancer care for patients, and the barriers yet to be overcome.
Survey shows addiction reduces nurses’ ability to concentrate on assigned tasks.
Patients with cancer will eventually have to cope with unique feelings of loss. The loss of their future life plans. Fernweh, a German that means farsickness, may explain those feelings.
Survey results show level of concordance between patients with CRC and their caregivers when rating care quality. The survey also measured whether clinical or demographic factors influenced the agreement between patient-caregiver pairs.
What is the proper procedure for handling bacillus Calmette-Guerin (BCG) waste? Does the room need to be closed off after instilling the drug into the bladder?
Although statistically insignificant, results of a randomized study determined the potential for nurse-led interventions as adjunct posttreatment care for lymphoma survivors.
A review of cancer-related PTSD, its causes, and steps oncology nurses can take to ease the burden of this adverse effect on patients and their caregivers.
Pre- and postimplementation surveys reveal staff satisfaction with communications platform developed for and implemented at an oncology clinic.
Biases associate men with careers and surgery and women with family and family medicine.
A survey study sought to identify confidence levels among oncology nurse specialists in managing bone health of patients with cancer, and barriers to care.