Dying of Embarrassment
Nicole Haines 4/24/2013 18 comments
Nicole Haines explains that we need to be more practical with educating our youth, especially when it comes to testicular cancer.
Finding Time to Learn
Nicole Haines 2/26/2013 28 comments
Nicole Haines would like to stay on top of the latest oncology nursing research, but she struggles to find the time.
Above All, Have a Good Time
Nicole Haines 8/29/2012 15 comments
Nicole Haines shares how reading about cancer is important to the oncology nurse, but now cancer has even crossed over into her pleasure reading.
Sure, I Can Do That...
Nicole Haines 8/23/2012 7 comments
Nicole Haines discusses how the nurse navigator can become a catch-all job and lose its intended purpose: meeting patient needs.
Why I Respect Cancer
Nicole Haines 7/26/2012 10 comments
Nicole Haines discusses why she grudgingly respects cancer and why she respects her patients for fighting such a formidable enemy.
Tumor Lysis Syndrome
Nicole Haines 7/19/2012 19 comments
Nicole Haines discusses how an oncological emergency like tumor lysis syndrome can be proactively dealt with through strong, basic nursing skills.
Carrots vs. Cash
Nicole Haines 7/11/2012 18 comments
Nicole Haines weighs the financial and health costs of eating organic foods and gives us a list of the Dirty Dozen: the top 12 pesticide-affected foods.
Oncologists Are People, Too
Nicole Haines 5/10/2012 10 comments
Nicole Haines talks about the frustrating idea that oncologists "don't get it" and how an AAHPM conference session changed her mind.
Our Good Intentions
Nicole Haines 4/19/2012 11 comments
Nicole Haines talks about three experiments that highlight how they way patients perceive our intentions influence how they experience care.
The True Cost of Cancer
Nicole Haines 3/22/2012 8 comments
Nicole Haines wonders if talking about the financial cost of cancer treatments is beneficial or not for patients.
School: Is It Worth It?
Nicole Haines 3/1/2012 34 comments
Nicole Haines ponders whether returning to school for an advanced degree really makes a difference in patient care.
Nurses Are Survivors, Too
Nicole Haines 2/20/2012 8 comments
Nicole Haines suggests that if a cancer survivor is someone who has been touched and changed by cancer, then the oncology nurse is definitely a survivor.
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Julianna Paradisi explains how the hobby of gardening can be compared to oncology nursing, and how it's also an outlet for patients and staff.
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In February, TheONC surveyed more than 600 oncology nurses to find out more about their careers. We wanted to know if they felt adequately compensated and satisfied within their ...
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