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As treatments can temporarily—and sometimes permanently—affect sexual activity, care providers must create a comfortable forum in which patients with breast cancer can have open conversations about sex and intimacy.
Clinical circumstances should dictate your approach with patients and opioid medications.
Documenting your day-to-day duties may help you to plan and reshape your responsibilities more efficiently.
Lillie reflects on her family’s personal experience with cancer, as well as her approach with patients.
Understanding and seizing opportunities to inject humor into your discussions can go a long way, not only for your patients but also for you.
Navigators must be proactive in getting screened regularly to optimize their own health, as well as set a good example for their patients.
We must help ensure that student nurses are aware of nurse navigator opportunities as a chosen field of nursing, just as we have each chosen it to be a part of ours.
Establishing your availability to patients early on will help the relationship get off on the right foot.
Consider a practical strategy to eliminate mundane tasks to maximize patient interaction.
Move beyond the typical barriers to stick with resolutions and achieve your professional goals.
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