Nursing interventions in palliative
care in Pediatric Oncology:
an integrative review
We analyzed 18 articles that met the inclusion criteria. The results showed that, among the articles selected, Brazil is the country with the largest number of publications and that interventions such as music therapy, massage, ludic application, early consultation of palliative care, social interventions and physical exercises aimed at the resolution of a specific symptom obtained better results when compared to interventions that aimed at the comprehensiveness of palliative care.
Stress Levels of Nurses
in Oncology Outpatient
Oncology nursing is often a source of substantial stress for nurses. Many nurses, particularly novice nurses, have inadequate preparation to care for patients at the end of life and their families. Unless nurses prevent or manage work-related stress by using effective coping strategies, oncology nursing staff will continue to suffer from burnout and compassion fatigue.
Work-related violences and associated variables in oncology nursing professionals
Ciencia & saude coletiva 2021
Occupational violence is a problem that health professionals are exposed to daily. This cross-sectional study aimed at identifying the prevalence of violence at work (verbal/physical) and the variables related to it in nursing professionals working in oncology. Physical or verbal aggression was assessed through self-report. The relationship between sociodemographic, psycho-emotional and work-related violence (verbal/physical) variables was analyzed using the Chi-Square, Fisher's Exact, Student T and Mann-Whitney tests. The study sample consisted of 231 nursing professionals. The prevalence of physical or verbal aggression reported in the last year was 61.5%. A higher prevalence of aggression was evidenced in professionals who stated that they were tired at the end of the shift... Read
CAR T-Cell Therapy: Updates in Nursing Management
Clin J Oncol Nurs. 2021
Cross-Sectional Study of the Effects of Job Burnout on Immune Function in 105 Female Oncology Nurses at a
Tertiary Oncology Hospital
Medical Science Monitor 2021
Nurses who work in hospitals experience a high level of burnout and the relationship between immune variables and burnout syndrome has yet to be elucidated. The aim of the present study was to investigate the effects of job burnout on immune function in female oncology nurses in a tertiary oncology hospital in Guangxi, China. The aspects of the human immune system evaluated were humoral and cellular immunity and complement components 3 (C3) and 4 (C4).
Factors influencing nurses' intention to work in the oncology specialty: multi-institutional
BMC Palliative Care 2021
The Invisible Roles of Oncology Nurses in Shared Decision Making
Cancer Care Research Online 2021
Shared decision making (SDM) often focuses narrowly on the physician-patient dyad. But nurses, especially in oncology, play a crucial role in SDM as they support the basic needs of patients and help them navigate key decision points during cancer care.