The number of patients reporting side effects related to chemotherapy increased by more than 40 percentage points after the implementation of a chemotherapy toxicity screening form.
The researchers explored implementation of physical activity for men recently diagnosed with prostate cancer to see which interventions will be best sustained over time.
Oncology advanced practice registered nurses can play a critical role in providing primary palliative care to patients with cancer.
The clinic educates, evaluates, and guides patients with prostate cancer on available treatments and helps to control associated anxiety.
The THRIVE Program includes an 8-hour retreat designed to teach staff skills for combating compassion fatigue and for promoting resilience.
MGH Program Supports Sexual Health of Women Receiving Pelvic RT for Gastrointestinal and Gynecologic Malignancies
In an interview with Cancer Network, Lorraine Drapek describes a multidisciplinary program at MGH to support vaginal and sexual health post RT for GI and gynecologic malignancies.
Oncology nurse leaders share insights into the care of vulnerable oncology populations—from ED triage to tailored telehealth sessions for homeless populations.
A pilot protocol developed at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center resulted in exponential increases in both influenza and pneumococcal vaccinations in the outpatient setting.
Quit rates reported by a smoking-cessation program at Duke Cancer Center increased from 17% to 34% in the 2 years since it was implemented.
Oncology nursing leader Deborah Boyle highlights some essential tips to address common issues in bedside care, staff communication, and on-the-job distress.