December 2013 Vol 4, No 6

Happy Holidays to everyone, and Happy New Year from everyone at AONN+! We hope that the New Year is a happy and healthy one for you and your loved ones.
I have traveled the road to nurse navigation via roles of a CNA, staff nurse, patient educator, clinical trial site coordinator, clinical manager, and case manager at the same hospital I have maintained employment with for 33 years.
At the 4th Annual AONN+ Conference, more than 50 posters in 6 categories were presented for judging. Here are the winners in each poster category. For information on how to submit a poster for next year’s conference, visit www.AONNonline.org/conferences.
Lisa A. Raedler, PhD, RPh, shares best practices for facilitating compliance with new Commission on Cancer Standards 3.1 and 3.3.
The Patient Navigation Framework: Navigator Function Across Domains will serve as a guide for developing patient navigation-specific competencies so the field of patient navigation can move toward greater standardization of the profession.
If I had to grade my oncology nurses, I would give them, as a group, an A+. They have saved my life, cleaned my privates, kept me company, rejoiced with me when I was discharged, and consoled me with every wave or trickle of bad news I have faced during my care.
It has always been my opinion that nurses are often expected to be the healthcare professionals who “do everything.”

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