December 2016 Vol 7, No 11
Here is new information pertaining to this disease site for genetic testing and practice guidelines.
A report from the Association of Community Cancer Centers encouraging spiritual care plans for patients.
Quantifying the Relational Dimensions of Study Staff in a Randomized Controlled Trial Among African American Women Recommended to Receive Breast Cancer Chemotherapy
Mary Connolly, RN, BSN, Sarah F. Gallups, RN, BSN, MPH, Margaret Q. Rosenzweig, PhD, FNP-C, AOCN, FAAN, Jacqueline Simon, BA
The authors present findings on the secondary aim of the Adherence, Communication, Treatment, and Support (ACTS) randomized controlled intervention study – a one-time psychoeducational intervention encouraging adherence of African American women to prescribed chemotherapy.
The authors present their findings from a patient satisfaction study conducted 1 year after the establishment of an oncology nurse navigation program to collect patient feedback and discover opportunities for improvements.
Treating the Whole Patient: A Patient-Centered Program Integrating Evidence-Based Complementary Therapies with Traditional Cancer Care
JONS talks to navigators Trish Leighton, Stephanie Hoopes, and Jo Weathers about their team-driven approach to patient care.
Ms Shockney talks about the momentum of the navigation movement, accomplishments in 2016, and the expansion of JONS and AONN+ in 2017.
The past decade has witnessed dramatic progress in the treatment of multiple myeloma (MM), which has resulted in unprecedented improvements in survival outcomes.
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