How Navigators Can Ease the Burden for Patients and Loved Ones
Guided Dying” is a practice that can help the families of terminally ill patients to come to terms with the active dying process in a relatively short time, according to Kerry Forrestal, MD, MBA, an emergency medicine physician in Salisbury, MD.
Throughout the seasons of survival, healthcare providers should continually offer the components of survivorship care in the forms of prevention through health and wellness promotion, surveillance for recurrence and screening for new cancers, intervention for management of lasting physical and psychosocial effects, and coordination of care for the cancer survivor.
The Role of the Navigator in an Augmented Intelligence (AI) Supported on Utilization of Palliative Care Services in Oncology
Ajeet Gajra, MD, Yolaine Jeune-Smith, PhD, Amy Ellis, Kelly A. Miller, DNP, MPH, Danielle Bergman, RN, John Showalter, MD, Sibel Blau, MD
Timely integration of palliative care (PC) in the management of patients with advanced cancer is a quality benchmark in oncology. PC is often underutilized due to delayed identification and referral of appropriate patients.
End-of-Life Care: Moving Beyond Practical Needs of Patients to Emotional Needs of People. An Interview with Kelly Grosklags, LICSW, BCD, FAAGC
An interview with the creator of the award-winning documentary “Dying Is Not Giving Up.”
Many breast cancer survivors experience changes in their sexual health related to cancer treatment.
Studies demonstrate that many gynecological (Gyn) cancer patients are reluctant to exercise during and after treatment due to fatigue and general weakness. This is the most distressing symptom affecting their quality of life.
High-Tech Navigation: Utilizing Digital Platforms and Developing Content in a Survivorship Navigation Program
Our team implemented a survivorship needs assessment in the Dallas-Fort Worth area to determine the specific needs of the cancer survivors in a specified geographic area.
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