Insights into Navigation
Whether your manager meets with you monthly, semi-annually, or annually to discuss your performance evaluation, you need to take it upon yourself to decide what your performance and professional goals should be beforehand.
Many cancer patients practice complementary or alternative medicine, and don’t even know it. They take extra vitamins, get acupuncture, use various herbs, etc. Though such things may seem harmless, they actually may impact the treatments they are receiving that are prescribed by their doctors.
More women for the last 2 decades have chosen to get their careers established first, then plan for a family second--resulting in them having children in their 40s. Though it can be tricky due to their ovaries already slowing down compared to how they functioned in their 20s and 30s, it remains a common theme among career women today.
Family caregivers are expected to do whatever is necessary to help their loved one who is now stricken with a disease that requires so much attention. And often without necessarily having a road map how to navigate their roles and responsibilities. These are individuals who suddenly got drafted into needing to take on the tasks and responsibilities of two people.
It's January, and many people have made new year’s resolutions. Commonly, such resolutions are focused on dieting or other goals aimed at personal growth. Maybe consider making some resolutions focused on your career path.
You have been there from the start; through thick and thin, navigating your patient through what felt like shark-infested waters for him. He has completed his acute treatment. Now he will be seen every 6 months and you will not be caring for him anymore. What happens?
A newly diagnosed patient becomes dependent on us very quickly. Actually they bond fast with most of the members of their oncology treatment team. Navigators in particular serve as a life line for them as they go on this onerous journey of cancer treatment.
To everyone who just attended our 7th annual AONN+ conference, thank you for joining us in Las Vegas! We trust that you learned a lot from our multidisciplinary speakers, networked with one another, and had some fun while you were there. We sincerely hope you were able to take home some tools, best practices, or different approaches to use in your workplace.
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