Takeaways from Episode 19 of the Heart and Soul of Oncology Navigation Podcast: Loving Yourself

AONN+ Blog published on February 23, 2022 in Podcast Takeaways, Cancer Biomarkers

Since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020, many nurse and patient navigators have seen a shift in their roles and responsibilities as they were transitioned from navigator roles to helping with frontline patient care. Stress and burnout have soared, and depression and mental distress have worsened among navigators as well as the entire healthcare community.

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