Edition: 
2nd

Current Trends in Oncology Nursing (Second Edition)

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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 beyond that of direct patient care to include patient and community education, research, policy development, and implementation of nursing curricula, to name a few. This second edition of Current Trends in Oncology Nursing provides an overview of myriad issues related to emerging science and technology, quality improvement and evidence-based practice, health disparities, caring for an aging population, education of the professional nurse, and models of care to help nurses stay up to date with changes in the fields of nursing and oncology. In addition, this book addresses legal, emotional, and ethical issues that nurses may encounter in their challenging work. The second edition of Current Trends in Oncology Nursing expands upon the first edition to cover the wide range of factors influencing cancer care to help clinicians, students, and academics broaden their knowledge and improve patient care.

 

Member Price: $89.00Nonmember Price: $125.00
ISBN: 
9781635930221
Published By: 
Oncology Nursing Society
Publication Date: 
2019
Pages: 
480

Chapters

Chapter 1 - Theoretical Frameworks and Philosophies of Care

Marilyn J. Hammer
Frances Cartwright-Alcarese
Wendy C. Budin
Chapter 1 examines the theoretcial frameworks and philosphies of care that drive oncology nursing practice. Models and theories addressed include the complex systems theory, the oncology care model, and the patient navigation model of care.

Chapter 6 - Population-Based Oncology Nursing

Ann L. Cupp Curley
Chapter 6 examines issues surrounding population-based oncology nursing (the use of standard interventions, based on the best research evidence, to improve the health of targeted groups of people).

Chapter 8 - Concept-Based Learning

Karen Gahan Tarnow
Chapter 8 provides informatoin on concept-based learning in nursing. Conceptual learning is the integration of new information with existing knowledge through the use of concepts applied to clinical situations to promote deep understanding across time...

Chapter 19 - Ethics

Karen Iseminger
Stephanie Kemery
Lisa M. White
Chapter 19 details issues surrounding the topic of ethics.