June 2023 Vol 14, No 6
During the COVID-19 pandemic, many cancer care services were delayed. Studies have documented increased distress and physical impacts on cancer survivors during the pandemic. Our study describes access to healthcare challenges, worry of COVID-19, health and social changes, and quality of life (QOL) among cancer survivors approximately 6 months into the pandemic, with specific focus on time since diagnosis.
The June 2023 CATCH Is Awarded to Liliana Larsson, MSN, RN, OCN, CCRP, TTS, Pancreatic Nurse Navigator With MD Anderson Cancer Center
Executive Summary: Clinical trials for cancer treatments offer patients invaluable access to emerging therapies but are not always well understood by patients or even the medical community. Closing the gap between high patient interest levels and low patient enrollment will help thousands of patients benefit from cutting-edge therapies while accelerating advances for future patients.
We all know that being physically active and participating in exercise is beneficial to overall health and well-being for numerous reasons. Surprisingly and unfortunately, education on the physiological, clinical, and psychological benefits of being active is not standard in nursing or physician curriculum.
The Academy of Oncology Nurse & Patient Navigators (AONN+) Policy & Advocacy Committee was launched in 2018 with a goal of utilizing legislative, regulatory, and policy advocacy to protect and promote the practice of oncology patient navigation to best serve individuals and families impacted by cancer.
When it came to becoming a successful musician, the odds were stacked against Sandy Gennaro, as they are stacked against most people who pick up a musical instrument and hope to become rock stars.
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