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  • Hi Kim, I work on an inpatient medicine oncology unit that recently (last 2 years) changed to oncology. We lost some nurses for this reason- it was just too hard on some nurses and they ended up in another specialty. Our unit is very tight-knit though ...

  • I would love to see the slide deck as well! �� Mary Lynn (aka MLR) Mary Lynn Rae, MSN, RN, NPD-BC, CPHON, BMTCN Nursing Professional Development (NPD) Clinical Educator Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders ...

  • Hi Clara, Thank you! I would love to be able to utilize the slides you already have available. Could you please provide me with your email address and I can reach out to you that way? my email is: joanna.morgan@bryanhealth.org ------------------------------ ...

  • Thank you! this is great. ------------------------------ Joanna Morgan MSN RN OCN Cancer Program Manager April Sampson Cancer Center Lincoln NE joanna.morgan@bryanhealth.org ------------------------------

  • Hello! I'm curious as to how you (and others!) document your stop times in the MAR....is it when the bag (chemo, iron, etc.) is empty or once the drug has been cleared from the line from the flush? Thanks in advance! Jen ------------------------------ ...

  • Hello, reaching out to see if you gathered any additional guidance on this topic? My facility is currently looking at this as well ------------------------------ Kourtney Roberts MSN OCN Service Leader Nebraska Methodist Hospital ------------------ ...

  • We do the same. How do you treat the catheter after discontinued? Do you treat as "trace chemo" and dispose of it as such ------------------------------ Kourtney Roberts MSN OCN Service Leader Nebraska Methodist Hospital --------------------------- ...

  • Hello, I am reaching out to gather information on how other facilities manage urinary catheters in patients who have received or are currently receiving chemotherapy in an inpatient setting. At our acute care hospital, we do not currently dispose ...

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