Nursing Essentials

ISBN: 
9781635930498

Despite only 10% of cancers being linked to true genetic syndromes, identification of families with hereditary syndromes allows those at increased risk to have more frequent screening and engage in risk-reducing behaviors—ultimately leading to decreased cancer cases and deaths. Patients may...

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Connie Henke Yarbro
ISBN: 
978-1-63593-053-5

After a year-long pandemic that has changed all of our lives, ONS has published a free, online collection of stories from oncology nurses detailing their accounts of life during COVID-19. Edited by Connie Henke Yarbro, MS, RN, FAAN, Reflections on COVID-19 and Cancer Care: Stories by...

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Deborah M. Christensen
Cynthia Cantril
ISBN: 
9781635930344

The second edition of Oncology Nurse Navigation: Delivering Patient-Centered Care Across...

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Pamela J. Haylock
Carol P. Curtiss
ISBN: 
9781635930306

Cancer survivorship has become an increasingly important issue in the world of oncology care, as more people are living longer after a diagnosis than ever before. The American Cancer Society estimates that the number of cancer survivors in the United States will increase by more than four...

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Judith K. Payne
Kathleen Murphy-Ende
ISBN: 
9781635930221

As the healthcare field constantly advances, so does the specialty of oncology—at an ever-increasing pace. Often at the front line of patient care, nursing professionals must be aware of the latest developments to provide the highest-quality care possible. The role of the oncology nurse goes...

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