Paper Presentation: Education Across the Cancer Care Continuum — Creating a Practical End-of-Life Care Mini-Workshop (204-3)
Fortunately, there have been great strides in the progress of treating children diagnosed with cancer during the last 50 years, with ever-increasing survivor outcomes. This is what every practitioner working in the pediatric oncology field strives and hopes for. And yet, despite the remarkable and increasingly sophisticated treatment options, not all children will survive their diagnosis with cancer. In general, nurses have more training, education, and skills with delivering chemotherapy, biotherapy, and other interventions than in providing end-of-life care.
- Leslie Griffith, BSN MA CPHON®
- CNE Hours