Implementing Lay Navigation to Increase Breast Cancer Screening in an Underserved Population After COVID-19
Although cancer diagnoses and deaths have been declining in the United States, COVID-19 has impacted cancer screening rates, and the concern is this will lead to increases in late-stage diagnoses and increases in cancer mortality.
Designing, Implementing, and Evaluating an Interprofessional Survivorship Model of Care in an Academic Cancer Center
Identify barriers for referral to a new interprofessional cancer survivorship clinic.
Experiences of Appointed Agents with Healthcare Power of Attorney for Lung Cancer Patients from a Nurse Navigator–Led Advance Care Planning Discussion
This qualitative descriptive study explored the benefits of ACP as an expanded role for the ONN by describing the perspectives of appointed healthcare power of attorney (HCPOA) agents for lung cancer patients who had their ACP discussion led by an ONN.
Kelechi Eguzo, Chukwuemeka Oluoha, Nancy Onwueyi, Kingsley Okon, Farhana Yasmin Laskar, Peace Egharevba, Florence Mbogu, Udemeh King, Nse Inyang, Kingsley Nnah, Uwemedimbuk Ekanem
The authors report findings on the psychosocial effects of stigma related to a cancer diagnosis and what can be done about it.
The Effect of a Multidisciplinary Stoma Team on Anxiety and Distress in Patients Undergoing Colorectal Stoma Surgery
Colorectal cancer is the fourth most diagnosed cancer in the United States, representing 7.9% of all new cases.
Breast Cancer Screening Among Women with Comorbidities: A Cross-Sectional Examination of Disparities from the Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System
Ashton Gatewood, MPH, BSN, RN, Mackenzie Enmeier, BS, Elise Stephenson, BA, Jordyn Austin, BS, Benjamin Greiner, DO, MPH, Micah Hartwell, PhD
Do comorbid diagnoses affect breast cancer screening rates? The authors of this study present their findings.
Availability and Accessibility of Cancer Care Delivery Approaches to Reduce Financial Toxicity of Rural and Urban Cancer Patients in Kentucky
A study of healthcare staff perspectives of financial toxicity experienced by cancer patients and staff- and systems-level cancer care delivery approaches for addressing financial toxicity.
Emergency Department Utilization by Navigated Oncology Patients Compared with Non-Navigated Oncology Patients
Do navigated patients use the emergency department differently than patients who do not have a navigator? The authors of this study present their findings.
Caring for Sexual and Gender Minority Patients: What Factors Explain Self- Reported Competence Among Healthcare Professional Students?
Lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, and intersex (LGBTQI) people—broadly included within the umbrella of “sexual and gender minorities” (SGM)—have unique health and healthcare needs. SGM youth experience higher rates of family rejection, increased use of tobacco and other substances, more bullying, and higher suicide rates.
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