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Oncology advanced practice providers should have comprehensive knowledge and competency in caring for older adults with cancer. This module explores the considerations and principles of caring for this vulnerable population.
Oncology advanced practice providers should have comprehensive knowledge and competency in the area of survivorship care. This module explores the considerations and principles of comprehensive survival care of the patient with cancer.
As survivorship care planning becomes increasingly included in quality metrics, understanding the realities of survivorship, and the effects on quality of life, is key to successful care management. Breast Cancer: Survivorship and Quality of Life helps you anticipate, assess, and address these concerns.
Learn about the care of patients undergoing treatment for urothelial cancer in an engaging case study format.
The Fundamentals of Chemotherapy Immunotherapy Administration Renewal Course builds on the lessons you received in the Fundamentals of Chemotherapy Immunotherapy Administration Course to ensure that your chemotherapy and immunotherapy knowledge remains current and you’re continuing to progress as an experienced oncology RN.
IV infusion remains a primary means of administering antineoplastic therapy. The presence of an IV access device and the administration of certain types of medication can result in complications. This course reviews risk factors, manifestations of complications, and prevention strategies for vascular access devices.
Gain a basic understanding of the legislative process and health policy advocacy so that you can make sure the voice of oncology nurses is heard loud and clear. This free self-directed, self-paced course demonstrates how, in a short period of time, you can influence critical policy-making decisions.
The Developing a Culture of Quality course provides you with a quality improvement educational program addressing resources and tools that may be used to improve the quality and safety of the patient care delivered in their practice setting.
The Safe Handling Basics course is an introductory course that discusses hazardous drugs and how to handle them safely. It covers risks of exposure, controls used to prevent exposure (including appropriate use of PPE), spill cleanup, and appropriate waste disposal.