Annual School of Nursing Oncology

More for Melanoma: Nurse Discusses Unmet Needs

August 18, 2020

Despite many exciting advances in recent years, there are still aspects of melanoma treatment that need to be further studied and understood, said Grace Cherry, NP, a nurse practitioner at UCLA Health.

Support Patients' Treatment Decisions During COVID-19

August 09, 2020

Patients with breast cancer may be apprehensive to come into the clinic for treatment amidst the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic. However, others may prefer seeing their treatment team in person.

Data Breakdowns May Uncover More Cancer Disparities

August 07, 2020

When researchers break ethnic groups down into more specific groups and nationalities, more disparities often become apparent. However, there is a number of reasons why this may not be done, explained Chastity Washington, MPH, CHES.

Get to the Root of Cancer Disparities

August 03, 2020

In order to achieve health equity for patients with cancer, physicians must first understand the root cause of heath disparities, many of which may be invisible. Broadening conversations about health and equity, drawing attention to gaps in care, and prompting urgency on the issues that influence health care are crucial first steps to turn conversation into action.