Teresa Hagan Thomas, PhD, RNBest Practices | March 22, 2023
If a patient requested medical aid in dying, would you know what to say? These tips will help you navigate this situation.
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Teresa Hagan Thomas, PhD, RNNews | March 16, 2023
LGBTQ+ patients are at higher risk for several cancers because of low rates of cancer screening.
Teresa Hagan Thomas, PhD, RNNews | March 16, 2023
Caregivers have to make difficult health decisions for their loved ones at EOL, but a monitoring system may ease this burden.
Dustin SamplesVideos | February 23, 2023
Dr. Toby Bressler discusses the challenges that critical care nurses face when caring for patients at end-of-life.
Dustin SamplesNews | February 15, 2023
Financial toxicity is a major burden of cancer care. How do young adults and adolescents address it?
Dustin SamplesNews | February 10, 2023
For children receiving hematopoietic stem cell transplantation, pain assessment was largely based on subjective observations.
Dustin SamplesNews | February 8, 2023
Therapy focused on finding meaning in life improved 2 major psychological distresses in patients with advanced cancer.
Dustin SamplesNews | February 2, 2023
Critical care nurses reported common challenges in end-of-life care. What are they and can they be addressed?
Leah LawrenceNews | February 2, 2023
Among the topics identified by the online survey were cancer biology, treatments, and direct patient care.
Dustin SamplesPatient Voice | January 31, 2023
Black and African American cancer survivors tend not to get enough physical activity. What are the causes and solutions?
Dustin SamplesTreatment | January 31, 2023
Cachexia can cause patients to discontinue cancer treatment. Can improving taste and smell ameliorate the weight loss?
Leah LawrenceNews | January 26, 2023
Most patient reported issues were successfully resolved by nurses. But how was patient engagement?
Leah LawrenceNews | January 26, 2023
What was the impact of self-reported physical activity on burnout among RNs in ambulatory care cancer clinics?
Dustin SamplesPatient Voice | January 24, 2023
One study identified 3 domains of sexual quality of life that patients with cancer tend to grapple with.
Dustin SamplesNews | January 24, 2023
Most studies focus on either clinician or patient/caregiver reports, but is it better to consider input from all involved?
Leah LawrenceLung Cancer | January 18, 2023
Is vaping safer than smoking? A new joint statement from AACR and ASCO points to alarming evidence for carcenogenesis.
Leah LawrenceNews | January 18, 2023
A study attempted to explore the role of palliative care in facilitating advance directive discussions among veterans.
Leah LawrenceNews | January 18, 2023
APPs are legally allowed to prescribe and consult in these cases, but how many actually feel empowered to do so?
Leah LawrenceNews | January 10, 2023
Cancer self-management apps are widely used, but do they provide enough information?
Dustin SamplesNews | January 9, 2023
An alarmingly high number of both women and men reported victimization after cancer diagnosis in a recent study.