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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 influences critical policy-making decisions.
Diagnosis and care of patients with acute myeloid leukemia (AML) and myelodysplastic syndrome (MDS) require a skillful collaboration of providers, nurses, cytopathologists, and other disciplines coming together to develop an individualized approach to care.
Serving on a board of directors is an effective way to engage and implement the change that you’d like to see in your practice. Use your experience to shape the future for oncology nurses and patient care either through ONS or at any number of healthcare
The identification of novel targets for some cancers have resulted in new drugs and new treatment strategies. View this free recorded webinar now.
Corticosteroids are being used in patients receiving cancer treatment for a growing number of indications including immunosuppressive cancer treatments as well as for managing immune-related adverse events.
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.
Checkpoint inhibitors are being used for a growing number of oncologic indications. As we learn more about these agents, we learn more about their associated adverse events. Endocrine and rheumatologic adverse events are well documented, and clinicians need to be well-versed in their assessment, diagnosis, and management.
Oncology nurses must be knowledgeable about the different types of technologies/tests including when and how they are used so they can navigate patients and families through the maze of precision oncology.
Explore the principles of life expectancy, population statistics, primary care considerations, assessment and management strategies in this recorded webinar.
This course is part of a series of interactive case studies that will guide you through four scenarios of patients receiving immuno-oncology agents.
The ONS Get Up, Get Moving campaign is on a mission to increase the number of patients who receive a recommendation to exercise from their nurses, and this course is designed to provide the information and resources you need to feel confident in discussing physical activity in your clinical practice.
Nurses play a vital role in making the oncology work environment a safe one. Going beyond the actions of an individual, truly effective workplaces cultivate a culture where safety is held as the number one priority.
When patients become malnourished, they are less likely to receive their full oncology treatment and may require treatment breaks, treatment holds or dose reductions, which may reduce the efficacy of their treatment. In this interactive case study, you will explore how to integrate nutrition support into the care of a patient receiving a stem cell transplantation.
When patients become malnourished, they are less likely to receive their full oncology treatment and may require treatment breaks, treatment holds or dose reductions, which may reduce the efficacy of their treatment. In this interactive case study, you will explore how to integrate nutrition support into the care of a patient with cancer of the head and neck.
Cancer clinical trials generate data and discover new knowledge that advances cancer care. Clinical trials provide patients with options to receive novel therapies. However, most people with cancer are not presented with the opportunity to participate in clinical trials.
Looking for a quality improvement project? Take the Quality and Physical Activity Course Bundle. Learn how to create and measure a quality improvement initiative and how to integrate safe physical activity recommendations into your practice. Develop a project to use on your Magnet journey or to consider as you earn your next degree.
Learn nutrition and physical activity recommendations to reduce cancer risk, and their implications for supporting patients’ efforts to establish and maintain healthful lifestyles.
Hear first-hand from a nurse who experienced the process from start to finish of implementing administration of a radionuclide, Lutetium 177, on an inpatient unit; the lessons learned, challenges faced, and the nursing perspective.