An analysis of the CONNECT study sought to find out if adding palliative care to oncology care could reduce nurse burnout.
Productivity of advanced practice providers can be measured more effectively using non-RVU-generating activities.
The integration of advanced practice providers into the oncology workforce and how to better utilize them is discussed.
Structured onboarding and residency programs can help retain nurses among high turnover rates among healthcare organizations.
Oncology nurses can help patients increase their health literacy to improve communication and participate in decision-making.
The psychological impact of the COVID-19 pandemic was evaluated in nurses, measuring amounts of stress and anxiety.
Oncology nurse navigation is a vital component to identifying and overcoming barriers such as health disparities.
The ONS has released a new clinical decision support tool designed to bring biomarker advancements to the point of care.
Trained palliative care nurse practitioners in oncology clinics allowed for early and integrated delivery of palliative care.
Burnout and stress among nurses contributes to more roles being abandoned and an increasingly fragile workplace.
Oncology care nurses specializing in palliative care should receive prior training to decrease the likelihood of burnout.
Researchers increased Serious Illness Conversations in oncology patients with with the use of an interdisciplinary team.
A specialist community palliative care team may have a positive effect on the reduction of acute hospital admission.
Patient adherence to oral anticancer medications is an increasing concern, as more therapies are available in pill format.
To provide gender-affirming care, oncology nurses need more education about the needs of sexual and gender minorities.
A quality improvement initiative was successful in increasing the rate of advanced care planning activities.
Extending the length of time between maintenance port flushes may provide benefits for both patients and oncology nurses.
For oncology nurses, recognizing and learning what causes moral distress is important for yourself and your patients.
Nurse leaders require real-time data to effectively implement clinical interventions and practice changes.