Margaret Rummel, RN, MHA, OCN, NE-BCAbramson Cancer Center, Penn Medicine, Philadelphia, PA
October 6, 2020 | October 2020 Vol 11, No 10
Presenting the concept of the tumor board to your patient and acting as their representative.
December 26, 2019 | January 2020 Vol 11, No 1
The future looks bright as new treatment modalities such as immunotherapy are developed, giving patients more options than ever before.
December 2, 2019 | December 2019 Vol 10, No 12
As nurse navigators, our first encounter with a patient typically is at the point where they have been diagnosed with cancer.
Nurse Navigators – Leading the Way in Education: Development and Implementation of a Cancer Program for Support Staff
Margaret Rummel, RN, MHA, OCN, NE-BC, Megan A Roy, MSN, RN, OCN,, Eleanor Miller, MSN, RN, OCN, Kate Fanslau, DNP, RN, Diann Boyd, BSN, RN, OCN, Maria Malloy, RN, BSN, OCN, CBCN, Suzanne Sweeney, MS, BSN, RN, CRN, Trish Gambino, MSN, RN
October 25, 2019 | November 2019 Vol 10, No 11
The value of staff development and continuing professional development for support staff (medical assistants, front desk staff, and new patient coordinators) in the oncology setting is often overlooked.
August 5, 2019 | August 2019 Vol 10, No 8
Can your patients benefit from animal-assisted therapy?
May 6, 2019 | May 2019 Vol 10, No 5
Oncology navigators are well positioned to help patients prepare for their future; which, with guidance, can facilitate awareness of their sensual selves.
August 14, 2018 | August 2018 Vol 9, No 8
An overview of the diagnosis and treatment of multiple myeloma, the role of an oncology nurse navigator, and the patient's perspective in undergoing therapy.
October 20, 2015 | Best Practices in Patient Navigation – Supportive Care Edition
There are numerous complications that may develop in patients with cancer; some are related to the disease itself, whereas others are associated with agents or combination regimens used during the course of treatment. This article addresses issues related to 2 complications that commonly occur in patients with cancer: myelosuppression and pain.
Last modified: October 27, 2022