Oncology Nurses as Patient Advocates

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Oncology nurses can make the world of a difference when it comes to patient care, and it is crucial that they work together with other members of the treatment team to ensure the best outcomes, according to Sally Werner, MSHA, BSN, RN, senior vice president, affiliate relations at Cancer Support Community.

Oncology nurses can make the world of a difference when it comes to patient care, and it is crucial that they work together with other memebers of the treatment team to ensure the best outcomes, according to Sally Werner, MSHA, BSN, RN, senior vice president, affiliate relations at Cancer Support Community.

In this month’s episode of the CURE Talks Cancer Podcast: Nursing Edition, Werner — an oncology nurse by trade – discusses how nurses can be the best advocates for their patients, how to navigate life in the era of “Dr. Google,” and more.

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