How To Use Inclusive Language When Caring for Transgender Persons With Cancer
Stephanie Russell, DNP, AGNP-C, highlights the importance of gender-neutral language in the oncology environment.
Is It Time to Rethink the Bell Ringing Ceremony in Cancer Care?
Lindsey Zinck, PhD, RN, OCN, NEA-BC, and Melania Zisa, RN, BSN, OCN, discuss why it may be time to make the bell ringing ceremony a more inclusive celebration in cancer care.
Prompt Intervention During Infusion-Related Reactions Is Essential
Maura Price, MSN, RN, AOCNS, discusses common infusion-related reactions and the principles of desensitization.
Nurse Leaders Must Foster Change to Develop a Healthy Workplace Environment
Linda Laskowski-Jones, MS, APRN, ACNS-BC, CEN, NEA-BC, FAAN, discusses how oncology nurse leaders can help improve working environments for their staff.
Clinical Trials Continue to Propel Field of Oncology with Nurses on The Frontline
Anne Delengowski, RN, MSN, AOCN, CCCTM, discusses the evolving role of the oncology nurse in clinical trial research.
Interest in Cannabinoids Continues to Grow Among Patients With Cancer
Karen Hande, PhD, DNP, ANP-BC, CNE, FAANP, ANEF, discusses increased patient interest in cannabinoids and how oncology nurses can steer pain management conversations to keep patients informed.
Milagros Elia Underscores How Oncology Nursing and Climate Health Are Intertwined
In this episode of "The Vitals," Milagros Elia, MA, APRN, ANP-BC, highlights how oncology nurses play a role in ongoing conversations regarding the intersection of climate change and public health.
Rise of Oral Cancer Drugs Signal Deeper Financial Toxicity Issues for Patients
Mary Anderson, BSN, RN, OCN; and Christina Bach, MBE, MSW, LCSW, OSW-C, FAOSW, discuss approaches to help patients navigate financial toxicity and insurance coverage in the age of oral anticancer drugs.
Climate Change and Evolving Threats to Public Health: The Oncology Nurse’s Role
Milagros Elia, MA, APRN, ANP-BC, discusses ways that nurses can advocate for their patients and help them manage health-related symptoms in the context of changing local environments.
Oncology Nurses Must Understand the Later Effects of HSCT To Provide Adequate Survivorship Care
In a presentation at the 2022 Oncology Nursing Society Bridge, Stephany L. Rodriguez, RN, MS, NP, discussed the later effects associated with hematopoietic stem cell transplant and how to manage them.
Daly Discusses Biomarkers and Emerging Targeted Therapies for Cancer Care
Kristin Daly, MSN, ANP-BC, AOCNP, discusses the clinical significance of tumor variants and how they are changing the direction of cancer care.
Oncology Nurses: What Cannabinoid Is Your Patient Taking?
Karen Hande, PhD(c), DNP, ANP-BC, CNE, FAANP, ANEF, explains the difference between some of the popular cannabinoid products that patients with cancer may be taking.
How Oncology Nurses Can Build Their Own Resilience
A speaker at the Oncology Nursing Society Bridge Program discussed how nurses can build their own resilience and proactively protect their mental well-being.
Patient Education Key in Managing Immune-Related Adverse Events
An expert on immune toxicity management discusses dermatologic, gastrointestinal, hepatic, and endocrine irAEs and how nurses can help educate their patients to monitor these symptoms.
Unrelieved Pain Management Remains Critical Issue in Patients with Cancer
An expert on pain management discusses safe and effective opioid prescriptions to manage cancer-related pain.
Nurses' Role in Cardiotoxicity in Cancer Survivors
Oncology nurses are key players in promoting health heart practices after a patient finishes cancer treatment.
Social Media: A Meaningful Tool to Share Nurses' Voices
A professional social media presence can be beneficial for oncology nurses and their followers, but there are a few guidelines that nurses should keep in mind.
Prevent the Spread of C. Diff on Oncology Units
Repeated education and other protocols can decrease the spread of this deadly infection.
Opioid-Free Regimen Is Feasible After Laparoscopic Surgery
Women who were prescribed non-opioid pain management after their gynecologic cancer procedure tended to have quick recoveries.
Opioid Overview: Know What to Use and When
Pain management is both an art and a science, according to Jeannine Brant, PhD, APRN, AOCN, FAAN
Facing Moral Distress as an Oncology Nurse
What can nurses do when they feel powerless to make a morally just decision at work?
Standard Procedures Improve Fertility Preservation in Cancer Care
Nurses should discuss fertility preservation with all eligible patients and provide them with up-to-date information to make their decision.
Drug Contamination Present in Patient and Staff Bathrooms
Chemotherapy agents are excreted through urine and feces, and a recent study found that both patient and staff bathrooms were contaminated.
Nurses Establish Paper Chart's Role in Electronic Medical Records
While EMRs have improved clinician workflow in recent years, they are not perfect. Paper charts may still have a place in cancer clinical research.
Neoadjuvant Pembrolizumab Improves pCR Across ER+ Breast Cancer Subgroups
Tucatinib Continues to Show Benefit in Pretreated HER2+ Breast Cancer With Brain Metastases
Ribociclib Plus Endocrine Therapy Continues to Perform Well Across MONALEESA-2, -3, and -7 Trials
Patient-Reported Outcomes From CAPItello-291 Trial Support Capivasertib/Fulvestrant in HR+, HER2- Advanced Breast Cancer
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