Core Curriculum for Oncology Nursing
Joanne Itano, Karen N. Taoka
Elsevier Health Sciences, Jan 1, 2005 - Medical - 970 pages
Published in collaboration with the ONS, this text is the definitive source for concepts and practices in oncology nursing and can be used for orientation of nurses to oncology, inservice and continuing education programs for practicing nurses, a basis for curriculum development in graduate programs, and as a review tool for certification. Based on the blueprint of the certification examination by the ONCC (Oncology Nursing Certification Corporation), the book is in outline format to help readers focus on the most important information. Instructor resources available; contact your sales representative for details.
Covers the entire scope of the specialty ensuring comprehensive coverage
Outline format helps the reader focus on the most important information
Effective guide for teaching and learning for in-service, continuing education, and academic programs
Powerful study tool for the ONCC certification exam
Tables and figures illustrate complex concepts
* Entirely revised, updated, and expanded to reflect the current state of oncology nursing practice.
* Expanded pain management content.
* New content on nonpharmacologic interventions (e.g. heat massage, imagery).
* New content on alternative therapies.
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