January 2019 Vol 10, No 1
With great enthusiasm, I present to you the first issue of JONS in 2019!
Joyce Schaffer, MSN, RN, AOCNS, Susan G. Häag, PhD, MS, Erkut H. Borazanci, MD, David D. Von Hoff, MD
Virtual navigation may be a viable solution to reduce barriers to cancer care and increase patient outcomes, despite geographical location.
Carsten Kampe, MD, PhD, discusses the excitement surrounding immunotherapy at the AONN+ Annual Conference
An exploration of the challenges confronting older patients with Acute Myeloid Leukemia and their healthcare providers.
Navigation can have a positive impact on the patient experience and a positive economic impact for organizations.
Navigating patients through the complexities of multiple myeloma can be very challenging – yet very rewarding.
Offering nonclinical support to patients with cancer provides emotional support and helps to meet day-to-day needs.
A personal narrative about the learning curve of a new navigator who spent the past 10 years in an outpatient infusion clinic.
The newly relaunched AONN+ Survivorship Committee asks 4 key questions of navigators that should drive survivorship care.
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