April 2019 Vol 10, No 4
Navigators have the unique opportunity to learn from each other through the sharing of findings from their research projects at the Academy of Oncology Nurse & Patient Navigators (AONN+) Annual Conference.
Ms Miller speaks with JONS about patient success stories and The Mesothelioma Center’s ability to enhance the patient experience.
Cindy Soloe, MPH, Janice Tzeng, MPH, Katherine Treiman, PhD, MPH, Linda Squiers, PhD, Aditi Narayan, MSSW, Stephanie Nutt, MA, MPA, Ruth Rechis, PhD, Carla Bann, PhD
The authors find an opportunity exists to fill a gap in survivorship care planning and address the information needs of posttreatment cancer survivors.
Mentoring and orienting are essential pieces of the process in fostering your new navigator’s success.
A focus on training nonclinical patient navigators whose role is to provide cancer information, resources, and support to remove barriers to care.
Empowering Oncology Navigation Through Sharing Knowledge and Excellence: A Call for Research Abstracts
There are many excuses for not writing an abstract. You may even be hesitant to share your work. However, there are even more reasons to share how and why you embrace your navigation.
Nurses and navigators play a crucial role in teaching patients about genetics and genomics, as well as in gathering the vital information necessary to actually carry out genetic testing and allowing patients to take control of their genetic inheritance.
At the 2018 AONN+ Annual Conference, attendees heard a rapid-fire rundown of some of the most newsworthy, and sometimes controversial, topics in cancer care.
Lawmakers want lower list prices, but insurers are at fault for mismanaging plans
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