February 2020 Vol 11, No 2
Have you identified a gap in care, a gap in knowledge, or a problem in your clinical practice that needs solving? What tactics have you implemented in your practice setting that have improved patient care? What circumstance inspired you to make a change in your practice?
Implementation of a Standardized Navigation Barrier Assessment for Oncology Patients Based on a Person-Centered Framework
The authors reveal how they were able to increase the number of identified barriers to care for their oncology patients.
New cases of male breast cancer are up by 22% and the mortality rate has increased by 19%. Here’s what The Male Breast Cancer Coalition is doing about it.
Value of a Lung Cancer Nurse Navigator: Perspectives from the Nurse Navigator, Patient, and Caregiver
Eye-opening comments from the people who stand to benefit from navigation most. Here’s what they said.
Chimeric antigen receptor (CAR) T-cell therapy could soon be added to the treatment armamentarium in relapsed/refractory multiple myeloma.
Go beyond just giving patients health information; make sure they understand it and are able to take action.
The path to fulfilling your professional role lies in your engagement in advocacy. Here’s a beginner’s guide to advocacy.
Altered sexuality and intimacy are among the top quality-of-life issues cited by cancer survivors posttreatment, according to Sage Bolte, PhD, LCSW, Chief Philanthropy Officer and President, Inova Health Foundation.
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