AONN+ Blog published on November 14, 2022 in Membership
Danielle Brown, MBA, RN, OCN, CN-BN, Director of Care Coordination for Florida Cancer Specialist, shares her thoughts on what ‘good,’ admirable leadership looks like in the field of navigation. Her heartwarming membership blog contribution explains how having people who believed in her and mentored her throughout her career has instilled a lifelong lesson in her to do the same for others.
AONN+ Blog published on October 13, 2022 in Membership
As the ultimate collaborators, navigators have the unique ability to optimize patient outcomes and reduce disparities in care. In this article, Julie McMahon explains how the navigator can leverage his/her collaborative power at both the team and organizational level.
AONN+ Blog published on September 15, 2022 in Nurse Navigation, Membership
A Navigator shares how lessons learned at the AONN+ Annual Conference led her care team to make impactful practice changes
AONN+ Blog published on August 1, 2022 in Membership
Attending the AONN+ Annual Conference helped validate and improve my tracking of prior authorization work, distress screenings, social work referrals, and new patient referral documentation to show the need for additional staff in these areas.
AONN+ Blog published on July 5, 2022 in Membership
I said it then, and I say it now—oncology is a calling. But being a navigator truly puts life into perspective.
AONN+ Blog published on June 13, 2022 in Membership
As a burnout coach and from my own experience, I have found practicing self-love and self-compassion is an effective tool for improving personal resiliency that can help increase a navigator’s compassion for patients.
AONN+ Blog published on June 6, 2022 in Membership
I spent 9 years to find my way to become a patient navigator, hoping to provide for other patients the same depth of compassion that I experienced.
AONN+ Blog published on June 1, 2022 in Membership
As oncology navigators, we have all mastered the art of being compassionate when caring for the patients and their families. Now it’s time to practice using that skill set on ourselves.
AONN+ Blog published on May 16, 2022 in Membership
Facing the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic, oncology nurse navigators need to take care of themselves so that they are better able to care for the patients.
AONN+ Blog published on May 2, 2022 in Membership
As a Latina and a minority woman, I always feel welcomed, included, and validated by AONN+, and I appreciate how AONN+ helps with my vision to expand patient navigation in Central and South America.
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