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Karen L. Hahn, MSN, RN, OCN, HN-BC, ONN-CG

Karen L. Hahn is a wife, mother of two, and grandmother to 4 boys. She has been a nurse for 38 years and found her love for oncology nursing while a member of the faculty at Cox College of Nursing and Health Sciences. Karen started the first nurse navigation program at Hulston Cancer Center, Springfield, Missouri. The first program was for lung cancer patients. A few years later, she developed the head and neck cancer navigation program. Karen holds several certifications and was one of the first navigators to sit for the new generic nurse navigator certification.
If a nurse inadvertently connects an enteral device to another type of tube such as intravenous line or tracheal tube, it can cause the patient harm. Specialized connectors can prevent this from happening.
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