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November 25, 2020 | AONN+ Blog
COVID-19
The holidays are an especially stressful time for those dealing with a cancer diagnosis. In November’s Facebook Live event, experts discussed ways for oncology nurse and patient navigators to help equip their patients, family members, and caregivers deal with holiday stress and the new normal of COVID-19.
November 19, 2020 | AONN+ Blog
AONN+ representative Lillie Shockney provides an update on the Commission on Cancer (CoC) annual plenary meeting that was held virtually this year.
November 18, 2020 | AONN+ Blog
Certification
In episode 4, oncology navigators from different specialties explore how professional development and certification have helped them be a better navigator for their patients.
November 10, 2020 | AONN+ Blog
Navigation
Oncology navigators face new challenges every day. Becoming an AONN+ member means receiving resources and access to a community that addresses the needs of every kind of navigator.
October 30, 2020 | AONN+ Blog
Health Disparities
Oncology navigators are often charged with addressing health disparities. The history behind these disparities has led to a deep mistrust between disparate populations and medicine.
October 28, 2020 | AONN+ Blog
Health Disparities
Linda Burhansstipanov and Linda Fleisher focus on cultural humility and the health disparities that exist among different cultures in episode 3 of the AONN+ podcast.
October 26, 2020 | AONN+ Blog
COVID-19
As the pandemic continues, patients with cancer may experience fatigue around wanting to wear a mask and continuing to follow CDC guidelines. The risk of COVID-19 is still prevalent, and we need to remain persistent in protecting ourselves and others.
October’s Facebook Live event has the scoop on what to expect at the 2020 AONN+ Annual Conference
October 16, 2020 | AONN+ Blog
COVID-19
Autumn is all around us! The air is crisp. Pumpkins are everywhere. Trees are painted shades of orange, yellow, and red. And... the COVID-19 pandemic is still here. In fact, it is more than “still here”; we need to prepare for an imminent second wave!
When a patient has cancer, the whole family is involved. To avoid burnout in the family caregiver, take some steps to ensure their well-being.
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