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Insights into Navigation

Important intervention tips for oncology navigators to advocate for the cancer patient, and help him or her receive proper treatment.
Caregivers of patients with cancer are often plagued by loneliness, isolation, and stress. Here’s how to offer care to them.
Demonstrating your financial value as an oncology navigator ensures funding for your position for the next annual budget cycle.
Encourage your patients with advanced cancer to do the things that bring them joy.
Lillie D. Shockney shares what she has learned from conducting retreats for patients with metastatic breast cancer and their loved ones.
Documentation serves as a communication tool among the oncology care team in order to plan and evaluate cancer treatment, and supports the reasoning for programs such as oncology navigation.
Providing proper education to family, friends, and caregivers on what to expect when their loved one is enrolled in hospice is a critical role of oncology navigators.
Age and comorbidities should be considered when shaping discussions around care.
A collegial oncology team is essential to support patients with cancer through all aspects of care.
By promoting shared decision-making, oncology navigators inform patients about aspects of their care and help them to become more engaged.
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