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End-of-life discussions can be difficult, but when carried out thoughtfully and repeatedly with the patient and their family caregivers, it can become one of the most fulfilling parts of a clinician’s work and success stories.
Oncology clinicians need to discuss attributes of a “good death experience” with patients and their loved ones to provide them the information they need at specific points in time.
Patients with cancer want to maintain hope and so does the care team. But oncology clinicians and navigators need to engage in candid end-of-life conversations with the patients to better support them in the manner that they deserve.
Patients with cancer want to maintain hope and so does the care team. But oncology clinicians and navigators need to engage in candid end-of-life conversations with the patients to better support them in the manner that they deserve.
Oncology navigators need to educate patients diagnosed with breast cancer about surgical options so that patients are well-informed before deciding what will work best for them.
Oncology navigators need to revisit what clinical trials are, why they are important, the benefits of participation, and undo the barriers that cause patients to decline joining a trial.
These expert tips can help patients with cancer manage uncertainties and help oncology professionals cope with their own challenges as we press forward into year 3 of the pandemic.
Sexuality and intimacy are important aspects of life. Oncology navigators need to bring up the issue of sexual dysfunction during cancer treatments and discuss it with the patients like an everyday conversation.
The number of people diagnosed with cancer will grow in 2022 and beyond due to delayed screening tests amid the pandemic as well as the aging of the baby boom population.
Make your own end-of-life plans as an example for patients who have advanced disease and will be experiencing end of life in 2022.
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