Saturday, October 30 CNE Presentation
A great deal has changed since Covid 19 arrived on the scene. In addition to the health threat, virtually every aspect of daily life and routine has also been disrupted. As if our pre-Covid challenges were not enough! So how can we be at our best, even in the face of all the change and uncertainty? Well, one thing we do know for certain:
Meg’s presentation will celebrate the accomplishments of Oncology Nurses and related specialties after a year when they were called upon to adapt in an environment where no one knew what to expect next! Using experiences from her career as an Operating Room nurse, she will share ideas about how we can harness our mental energy to bolster our resilience and strengthen relationships with those around us so we can be at our best even when pushed to our limits – all delivered with her trademark humor.
This presentation will entertain, inspire, and provide those attending with tools they can use to bolster their resilience, self-awareness, and interpersonal relationships.
APHON thanks ONCC for their generous support of this event.
- Self-Care Meditation Break
- Paper Presentation: Supportive Care/Quality Improvement — Beyond Words: Expressing Hope Through Creative Art Among Adolescents Who Have Advanced Cancer (216-3)
- Non-CNE Symposium: Nursing Considerations for Asparlas®: A More Stable Pegylated Asparaginase Molecule (SYM7)
- Non-CE Satellite Symposia: Case Study: VOD with Renal and Pulmonary Dysfunction Following HSCT in a Pediatric Patient With Neuroblastoma (SYM3)
- The Silent Damage of Iron Overload: Best Practices for Optimal Chelation in Transfused Patients With Sickle Cell Disease or Thalassemia (SYM2)
- Meg Soper
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