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Get a complete education on caring for patients with breast cancer. Through this series of four online courses, you’ll get a comprehensive look at the breast cancer journey from prevention and diagnosis to treatment and survivorship issues. And once you’re versed in all of the intricacies of care, you’ll have the What’s New? course to ensure...
Breast cancer is the most common cancer among women worldwide and the second-most common cancer overall. No matter what your practice setting or job title, understanding how breast cancer develops, and the risk factors associated with development is important. The recently updated Breast Cancer: Prevention, Detection, and Pathophysiology online...
The journey for a patient with breast cancer doesn’t end when treatment has been completed. 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.
Get state-of-the-science information about how breast cancer is treated, how to manage the symptoms associated with the disease and its treatment, and nursing assessment and management of oncologic emergencies. Breast Cancer: Treatment and Symptom Management offers a deep dive into all of the current treatment options for breast cancer such as radiotherapeutic, surgical, systemic, and complementary and integrative therapies, along with concurrent therapy options and breast reconstruction techniques. In-depth symptom management content, and critical nursing strategies for early assessment and management of oncologic emergencies will arm you with evidence-based and immediately applicable knowledge.
As the oncology field changes, our nursing interventions must change with it. Update your breast cancer knowledge with current screening and risk factor developments, treatment options, the latest research developments, and survivorship care planning standards with the Breast Cancer: What’s New? online course. This challenging course is reviewed and updated continually to ensure you’re getting all of the latest research and recommendations in the breast cancer subspecialty.