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Keeping Current in a Complex Cancer Care Environment

Panelists: Helen Foley, MSN, AOCNS, Case Western; Barbara Given, PhD, RN, FAAN, MSU;Rebecca Kronk, PhD, CRNP, MSN, Duquesne; Ruth McCorkle, PhD, FAAN,
Published: Wednesday, Aug 14, 2013


In this discussion, panelists discuss methods for oncology nurses to stay current in a complex clinical care environment. In order to achieve optimal results, oncology nurses must participate in continuing education and interdisciplinary teams. Through this process, nurses will be able to communicate, coordinate, and effectively manage the symptoms associated with cancer.
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In this discussion, panelists discuss methods for oncology nurses to stay current in a complex clinical care environment. In order to achieve optimal results, oncology nurses must participate in continuing education and interdisciplinary teams. Through this process, nurses will be able to communicate, coordinate, and effectively manage the symptoms associated with cancer.
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