Addressing Implicit Bias in Oncology Nursing

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“It is not a ‘one and done kind of thing.” It is very important to implement these skills throughout the community. It's a practice. It's a behavioral change.”

For this episode of “The Vitals,” Oncology Nursing News spoke with Gretchen McNally, APRN-CNP, and Kathy Burns, MS, APRN-CNS, AGCNS-BC, Arthur G. James Cancer Hospital and Richard J. Solove Research Institute, on the importance of being mindful about one’s implicit bias in the treatment of patients with cancer who have substance use disorders.