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Pam McMillan, RN, OCN

Pam McMillan a native to the Texas Panhandle is a registered nurse, wife and mother. During her career she has developed a passion for serving those suffering from cancer. Her current role is leading the survivorship program on behalf of the Harrington Cancer and Health Foundation. She continues to serve those individuals and families across the region that are affected by cancer. Follow her on Twitter @pammo10
Understanding the effects of chemotherapy-induced peripheral neuropathy (CIPN) is imperative to be able to care for our patients better. 
12:17 PM, Tue October 17, 2017
Many patients complain of feeling so tired. What can we do to help those suffering from fatigue?
10:32 AM, Tue August 29, 2017
What milestones do you celebrate with your oncology patients?
5:17 AM, Thu June 15, 2017
As a young adult with cancer you may feel like a prisoner in your own world. How can nurses help this age group?
5:03 AM, Wed May 31, 2017
Who has shaped you to become the nurse you are today?
7:00 AM, Mon May 15, 2017
Does your choice of word matter to your patients?
6:05 AM, Tue May 2, 2017
Are you, and your patients, getting enough sleep every night? A good night's sleep can contribute to better health.
5:34 AM, Mon March 27, 2017
Is saying "sorry" enough when someone is grieving? As a nurse, how can you help a grieving patient or family?
7:00 AM, Fri March 3, 2017
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