A qualitative descriptive study was conducted to learn about nurses’ experiences administering care to pediatric patients with neuroblastoma who are receiving radioactive therapy.
A study evaluated implementation of Children’s Oncology Group recommendations for education delivery to parents of children with newly diagnosed cancer.
Addressing moral distress means not just obtaining ethics consultation as needed but also dealing with the feeling of powerlessness that often accompanies it.
An evidence-based practice quality improvement project sought to determine the need, benefits, and challenges to implementing enteral nutrition in children undergoing hematopoietic stem cell transplantation.
A study sought to identify patterns of professional quality of life, empathy, and emotional intelligence among oncology professionals in Ireland.
A study sought to determine if mindfulness-based stress reduction would ease compassion fatigue and burnout among the facility’s pediatric oncology nurses.
A Plan-Do-Study-Act approach was used to validate a tool for measuring distress and clinical depression in patients with cancer.
Results of a project to improve shift-to-shift bedside handover was described in an EONS session.
Researchers developed and piloted a multistage consent process designed to ease potential communication barriers for patients considering IV cancer therapy.
A review of geriatric assessment tools and their role in assessing older patients with cancer before and after treatment.