February 2017 Vol 8, No 2

Each February we celebrate Valentine’s Day, a day to honor those we love. I think it appropriate to also honor the love we give.
In this interview, members of The Urology Group discussed the importance of bone health in patients with prostate cancer, including details about the guidelines they use, the impact of prevention, as well as the different therapies they use in their practice.
The AONN+ Metrics Task Force is proud to announce the premier national navigation metrics for oncology nurse navigators focusing on return on investment, patient experience, and clinical outcomes.
Due to advances in early cancer detection and treatment, more adults are surviving cancer and living long past the end of treatment.
AONN+ presenter Tricia Strusowski, MS, RN, offers advice and tools for navigators starting out in this burgeoning, but often daunting field.
At the heart of the Oncology Medical Home is triage, according to Barbara L. McAneny, MD, a board certified medical oncologist at New Mexico Oncology Hematology Consultants, and founder of Innovative Oncology Business Solutions (IOBS).
AONN+ presenter Mandi Pratt-Chapman, MA, discusses the unique health risks and challenges faced by lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and questioning (LGBTQ) individuals when dealing with cancer and how navigators can help.
Lung cancer patients experience considerable physical and psychosocial sequelae of their treatment in addition to preexisting comorbidities, but there are many opportunities to intervene through surveillance, screening, and management delivered as part of a survivorship program, according to James Huang, MD, a thoracic surgeon at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center (MSKCC) in New York, NY.
JONS is delighted to announce this new department to offer thought-provoking insights, address the impact of various forces in our culture on navigation, and reaffirm of the importance of navigation programs.

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