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Insights into Navigation

Providing a demo of MyChart to patients allows them to become comfortable in using the tool, making it easier to communicate with them.
Why oncology navigators should encourage their patients to keep a journal during their treatment.
Oncology nurse navigators must ensure that their patients with stage IV breast cancer get genetic counseling and testing.
Oncology navigators can promote medication-taking behavior in their patients by identifying, and eliminating, the barriers that prevent compliance.
Oncology navigators need to be aware of Right to Know laws in their state.
An intimate conversation between an oncology navigator and a breast cancer patient about the latter’s relationship with her breasts is important prior to discussing surgical options.
A brief explanation of ductal carcinoma in situ (DCIS) and how available screening can help women avoid unnecessary treatments.
As cancer awareness continues to grow, many patients are more open to experimenting with a healthier routine.
Oncology nurse navigators must advise their patients to inform their identical twin of their diagnosis and get screened.
Learning what drives patients with advanced cancer is crucial for oncology navigators.
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