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oncology nurse

Nursing A nurse specialized in treating and caring for people with cancer Salary $53K + 2% bonus. See Oncology.
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The two major outcomes of that meeting were recommendations to develop a joint position statement on the role of oncology nursing and oncology social work in patient navigation and to conduct a role delineation study.
In her article in the August 2011 issue of the Clinical Journal of Oncology Nursing, Woodward described how cognitive-behavioral therapy can be used to treat insomnia in patients with cancer and the oncology nurse's role in identifying patients for treatment.
But I think her biggest role in our chapter was her enthusiasm for oncology nursing and CCONS.
In their article in the February 2011 issue of the Clinical Journal of Oncology Nursing, Whitmer, Pruemer, Wilhelm, McCaig, and Hester discussed their development of a business plan for an SMC at their outpatient cancer center.
Dunn Professor of Oncology Nursing at the University of Texas Health Science Center-Houston School of Nursing and nurse practitioner in neuro-oncology at the University of Texas M.D.
I turned to the publication of the lecture in Oncology Nursing Forum (Armstrong' 2009) for details and felt armed with current information to share with my friends.
After several voice mails and messages left with the secretary and no response, I decided to submit my paper to the Oncology Nursing Forum (ONF).
AS SEEN IN THE CLINICAL JOURNAL OF ONCOLOGY NURSING
Gundelach was a leadership development fellow with the Oncology Nursing Society Foundation and in May 2011 was the recipient of the Honor Someone Special Award from the Oncology Nursing Society.
"The students who just graduated were selected mainly through the support of their counties and their medical service providers who saw the very high need for more specialised skills and knowledge in oncology nursing and palliative care," Sharon Brownie, the School of Nursing and Midwifery dean, said.

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