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Insights into Navigation

As we continue to stay at home and maintain social distancing, here are helpful tips for oncology navigators to break bad news to patients with cancer over the phone.
How oncology navigators can help educate patients with cancer to mitigate posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) post-treatment and post-coronavirus pandemic.
Oncology navigators can help facilitate conversations surrounding “drug holidays” between patients and oncologists.
With COVID-19, the world is experiencing now what patients with advanced cancer deal with every day – living in an environment of uncertainty.
Mammograms may tell more than just breast abnormality findings.
Clearly defined roles and responsibilities are key to building a stellar oncology navigation team.
Things oncology navigators can do to ensure quality of care is not compromised.
How oncology navigators can help patients keep their bones healthy during cancer treatment.
Leaving a legacy and deciding what it will be is a way for patients with cancer to have more control over their lives.
How oncology navigators can help patients remember all the questions they need and/or want to ask any member of their healthcare team.
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