The term noncompliant assumes in part that the patient has accepted the premise of what they are instructed to comply with.
A search of the literature was conducted to determine the effect of artificial intelligence on interdisciplinary communication.
Customized form allows patients to better retain information from their initial consult on their cancer and its treatment.
Interestingly, patients who presented with lower baseline anxiety and fewer unmet needs were shown to have the biggest benefit.
A nurse practitioner-led program sought to identify patients with substantial needs early and intervene to improve outcomes and decrease cost.
An analysis of more than 27,000 PROs identified the symptoms most likely to cause cancer-related distress in patients.
Researchers surveyed patients on pain, fatigue, and distress due to their diagnosis, as well as their perception of management of these symptoms.
The impact of treatment side effects on self-esteem and what nurses can do to help.
A prospective cohort study sought to evaluate the impact of including a nurse geriatric assessment and input from an OMT in treatment decision-making for older patients with cancer.