Discussing Cancer Symptom Management With Nurse Darcy Burbage

Cancer survivors often experience physical and psychosocial long-term and late effects after treatment ends.
BY CURE staff
PUBLISHED July 07, 2016
Cancer survivors often experience physical and psychosocial long-term and late effects after treatment ends. Although most individuals experience some types of side effects during treatment, it is often surprising to survivors that some side effects can linger on after treatment is over, or can appear later on.

Nurses and patients have a lot to learn from each other to help us better understand and manage the effects of cancer treatment.

Please join our guest host Darcy Burbage (@DarcyBurbage on Twitter) as we discuss the challenges of treatment-related changes and share resources and advice.

Darcy is a survivorship nurse navigator and oncology nurse advocate, focused on bringing evidence- based strategies for quality survivorship care to oncology. Darcy guest blogs for Oncology Nursing News and also has written for the Association of Community Cancer Centers. She is a highly regarded nurse leader, currently serving as Chair of the ONS Communities Advisory Panel with the Oncology Nursing Society.

We hope to see you Thursday, July 7th on Twitter at 9 p.m. EST. Don’t forget to include the #CureConnect hashtag in all of your responses! Read more here about the #CureConnect chat and how to participate.

Tweet: Iíll be at the #CureConnect chat July 7 at 9pm EST with @cure_magazine and @oncnursingnews talking symptom management. Join me!
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