Palliative Care

Emily MenendezBest Practices | September 16, 2022
An analysis of the CONNECT study sought to find out if adding palliative care to oncology care could reduce nurse burnout.
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Leah LawrenceBest Practices | August 16, 2022
Trained palliative care nurse practitioners in oncology clinics allowed for early and integrated delivery of palliative care.
Teresa Hagan Thomas, PhD, RNBest Practices | August 11, 2022
Oncology care nurses specializing in palliative care should receive prior training to decrease the likelihood of burnout.
Leah LawrenceBest Practices | August 8, 2022
A specialist community palliative care team may have a positive effect on the reduction of acute hospital admission.
Teresa Hagan Thomas, PhD, RNPatient Voice | April 5, 2022
Caregivers of people diagnosed with metastatic advanced cancer provide hours of care to their family member, often helping to ...
Robert DillardPatient Voice | June 8, 2020
An educational video about hospice care can provide valuable information for patients with advanced cancer and their ...
Kaitlyn D’OnofrioBest Practices | May 29, 2020
Oncologists at Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center are calling on medical oncology training programs to invest considerably ...
Kaitlyn D’OnofrioPatient Voice | March 4, 2020
There is limited research on a patient’s ability to consent for clinical research during this timeframe.
Robert DillardBest Practices | October 14, 2019
Many critical care nurses feel unprepared to provide palliative care, according to a study published in the journal Critical ...
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