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Caregiving

Shelley Fess, M.S., RN-BC, AOCN, CRNI, VA-BC
"By supporting her employees, Mary Fran (as she is known to patients and colleagues) encourages and allows us to provide high-quality care that both enhances the patient’s quality of life and maintains standards of practice and patient satisfaction," wrote Shelley Fess, M.S., RN-BC, AOCN, CRNI, VA-BC, Rochester Regional Health Lipson Cancer Institute.
Tamera Anderson-Hanna
Being a caregiver and survivor takes adjusting to the diagnosis of the "C" word. Until there is a cure for cancer, may we all do our best to put one breath and foot in front of another.
Caitlin Cohen, M.S.N., RN, CPNP-AC, CPHON
The winner of the CURE® Extraordinary Healer® Award for Oncology Nursing discussed the bonds formed between patients with cancer and their health care team.
Kathy LaTour
An interview with Angela Hammack, B.S.N., RN, OCN.
Kathy LaTour
By providing support and education to aid patients in coping with cancer, nurses can help these individuals make the most of their lives.
Cora Beth Hartfield
In this nomination essay for the CURE® Extraordinary Healer® Award, Cora Beth Hartfield honors finalist Angela Hammack, B.S.N., RN, OCN.
Beth Fand Incollingo
In essays by patients and colleagues, three nurses were honored for their generosity and life-changing compassion.
Tamera Anderson-Hanna
Becoming a caregiving to a loved one with cancer feels as if my life has been turned upside down like a snow globe and I am left to hold on to the stable anchors.
Jonny Imerman
A cancer diagnosis can happen so fast, it takes a lot to wrap one’s mind around it; however, Imerman Angels – a Chicago-based, global, peer-to-peer nonprofit support group – is here to help.
Shira Zwebner
Support is essential for cancer survivors, especially as we struggle to reintegrate into our lives.
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