A presentation of a patient navigation model that functions as a multidisciplinary team effort.
This in-depth review examines the inherent challenges of providing cancer care for incarcerated patients.
Non-English speaking and uninsured patients with cancer may require additional support systems, such as referral to socioeconomic support, for best care.
Researchers at an NCI-designated comprehensive cancer center measured nurses’ knowledge, beliefs, and skills regarding caring for LGB and transgender patients as a step toward improving health care for this patient population. Their results were presented at the 2018 ONS Annual Congress.
In a study that evaluated outcomes for younger, working age women with breast cancer, researchers identified differences in cancer-related financial adverse events in black women vs white women.
More public tolerance for health care inequalities has been observed in the United States than other countries.
Researchers summarize the program development, outcomes, and lessons learned from a program that provided cancer screening services for under/uninsured Asian Indio women.
A free lung cancer screening program in Augusta, Georgia, found more than double the lung cancer rate of previous screenings.
A significant difference exists in the failure to follow-up rates among patients undergoing active surveillance at university-based hospitals versus safety-net hospitals.