Lung Cancer

AONN+ Blog published on March 18, 2022 in Lung Cancer
Lung cancer screening can help detect the cancer early and facilitate treatment that is likely to be curative. Guidelines have been developed for clinicians to interpret screening results and recommend management.
AONN+ Blog published on August 13, 2021 in Lung Cancer
Some patients may find it difficult to give up smoking, even after being diagnosed with advanced lung cancer. These patients, and their family members, may require unique support through their diagnosis.
AONN+ Blog published on April 5, 2021 in News & Updates, Lung Cancer
The U.S. Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF) updated their recommendations on qualifications for annual LDCT screens. Institutions should begin to prepare for an influx of patients due to the expansion in qualifications.
A special thank you to the thoracic nurse navigators who came forward to create the thoracic certification examination. It is a sign of professional commitment and growth to volunteer for a task that will help one review their profession as well as learn something new such as test question development.
Do you specialize in thoracic cancer?  Then we had you in mind when we decided to begin the development of subspecialty certifications!
Articles & White Papers published on November 11, 2010 in Thoracic Cancer
Approximately, 5 years ago I applied for a job as a Lung Cancer Nurse Coordinator. My experience in oncology included working as a radiation oncology nurse and an infusion nurse. To be honest, I wasn't quite sure what the new job entailed, but I was anxious to move on to something new.

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