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Deborah (Debi) A. Boyle MSN, RN, AOCNS, FAAN

Deborah (Debi) A. Boyle MSN, RN, AOCNS, FAAN, is editor in chief of Oncology Nursing News®. She is a long tenured oncology clinical nurse specialist who has practiced in both Comprehensive Cancer Centers and community cancer programs. A frequent speaker nationally and abroad, Debi is the recipient of numerous honors and has published more than 330 articles, chapters, monographs, editorials, blogs, and books. A writer, editor, and speaker, Debi is dedicated to advancing quality nursing education and practice within cancer care.
The stigma around palliative care is that it is only associated with end of life, and in some minds, giving up. But that isn't the case, as palliative care is a vital part of any critical care.  
3:34 PM, Fri October 18, 2019
Among the various specialties of nursing, a sort of hierarchy has formed that may be putting competency with machines over nurse and patient interactions.
3:00 PM, Tue October 15, 2019
The grieving process doesn't stop when you think you're ready to go back to work, and it can be made worse when your coworkers are unsure how to console you. Which is why workplace assistance is essential for grieving employees.   
7:00 PM, Tue October 8, 2019 | Comments (11)
A recent ranking of "the best" hospitals in the country did not take a key aspect of cancer care into proper consideration, the oncology nurse.
2:00 PM, Wed September 25, 2019
To fight the issues of burnout within oncology nursing, nurses must allow others to step into their world and understand the issues they face. 
2:00 PM, Tue September 10, 2019
Technology continues to change the field of cancer care. Here are some other thoughts on what else might shift in coming years. 
4:18 PM, Tue August 27, 2019
People often ask nurses where the best hospital or doctor for cancer treatment is. How much does the answer to that question matter?
5:46 PM, Thu August 1, 2019
Adolescent and young adult survivors may have increased risk factors for secondary cancers. It is crucial for oncology nurses to discuss these with their patients.
6:00 PM, Sun July 14, 2019
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